LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - On the heels of the resignation of Dr. Suggs, many Arkansans have concerns about how the system works when a superintendent resigns.
With five superintendents in 10 years, the district is no stranger to change.
"Okay, who is really in charge because to me, five superintendents later, obviously the superintendent has little to no power," said Shelley Watson, a mother of two children in the district.
She's watched the Little Rock School District go through a lot over the last few months.
"From the outside looking in, I can imagine how our state and our city in particular looks to other states, and of course it is disconcerting," Watson said.