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Edison principal to head Pennsauken district

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Edison High School principal Marilyn Perez Martinez submitted her resignation Thursday to become the superintendent of the 6,000-student Pennsauken, NJ school district.

Her appointment was confirmed by Mickey Fornito, secretary to the interim superintendent in Pennsauken.

School District of Philadelphia spokesman Fernando Gallard said that Ed Koch, a retired principal who has been on assignment as assistant principal at Edison for at least the past year, will take her place on an interim basis.

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