COLUMBUS, Ohio (24-7 News)--A member of the Columbus School Board is resigning after five years, saying that sometimes change needs to come from outside the system.
Mary Jo Hudson submitted a harsh letter of resignation to the board Thursday criticizing what she described as an inappropriate tight culture which creates a bare majority rule based on personal interests and raw emotions.
Hudson becomes the second board member to resign this year.
The board accepted her resignation and said it hopes to have a replacement named by mid-January.
Hudson's term on the board was set to expire in December of 2019.. Prior to Joining the CCS board, she was a member of Columbus City Council.