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Is the superintendent for the school district a doctor or a mister?

Randy Weseman, superintendent of the Lawrence public school district, possesses neither a doctorate in education nor a medical school degree. He holds both bachelor's and master's degrees from Kansas University, where he currently is a doctoral candidate.

Simply serving as a superintendent doesn't gain a person the "Dr." title.

He could be referred to as Mr. Weseman, if a courtesy title is required.

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