The search for a new leader of the Boston Public Schools has attracted more than three dozen candidates, including 12 superintendents, according to information released Wednesday.

The 39 candidates who have submitted resumes or other materials for consideration also include a dozen other administrators who have held senior school-district leadership positions, according to data requested by the Globe that offers the first glimpse of who might be interested in the post.

The rest of the pool consists of five nonprofit leaders, four higher education administrators and educators, three educational consultants, two school leaders, and one state education commissioner from somewhere in the United States. More than half of the candidates are black, Latino, or Asian, while women make up less than a quarter of the candidates.

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