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Terrence Carter's appointment postponed

The New London Board of Education votes to postpone the appointment of Terrence Carter until a full investigation into his credentials can be conducted during a special meeting of the board at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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New London Board of Education President Margaret Mary Curtin, center, shows signs of fatigue while rubbing her forehead as the board members listen to New London residents react to the decision to postpone the vote on the appointment of Terrence Carter as the Superintendent of New London Schools during the board of education's special meeting at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Terrence Carter arrives at the special meeting of the New London Board of Education at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Terrence Carter walks into the New London Board of Education meeting with Roxanne Jones, CEO of Push Marketing Group at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Terrence Carter, center, states that he has done nothing wrong and stands by his record as he enters the special meeting of the New London Board of Education at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Terrence Carter sits with his attorney Bill McCoy, right, and Roxanne Jones, CEO of Push Marketing Group, left, before the start of the New London Board of Education meeting at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Terrence Carter, right, talks with his attorney Bill McCoy after Carter exited the executive session of the New London Board of Education during the board's special meeting at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Terrence Carter answers a few simple questions from the media as he exits the New London Board of Education meeting before the end of the board's executive session at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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The New London Board of Education listens to New London residents react to the board's decision to postpone the vote on the appointment of Terrence Carter as the Superintendent of New London Schools after the executive session at the board's meeting at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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Dr. David Hayes of New London reacts to the Board of Education's decision to postpone the vote on the appointment of Terrence Carter as the Superintendent of New London Schools after the executive session at the Board of Education meeting at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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New London resident Gladys Rivera-Griffin holds up a "vote no" sign asking the New London board of education members to decline the appointment of Terrence Carter as the Superintendent of New London Schools after the board voted to postpone the vote on Carter pending an investigation at the Board of Education meeting at the Science & Technology Magnet High School in New London Thursday July 24, 2014.

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