Benton Harbor, Mich. Benton Harbor schools superintendent has supplied paperwork to satisfy the school board's questions about his credentials.
During a board meeting last week, Leonard Seawood was asked to prove he could legally be superintendent.
Our reporting partners at WSJM say Seawood has since submitted transcripts and paperwork from lawyers.
Michigan law required Seawood to train for additional certification to be superintendent.
He's scheduled to complete the Path to Leadership program in September, ahead of the January deadline.