It's an ongoing phenomenon facing the state - school superintendents fleeing New Jersey as their contracts expire and they face a salary cap. The limits on salaries went into effect in 2011.
The latest school district to possibly face the loss of its superintendent is South Orange-Maplewood.
Maplewood Patch learned that Superintendent Brian Osborne is in the running to become the next head of public schools in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Mary Mann with New Jersey News Commons at Montclair State University talks about the news with New Jersey Public Radio's David Furst.