Newly-announced Interim Boston Public Schools Superintendent Laura Perille aims to delve into the difficult issues facing the district: the $1 billion BuildBPS plan that after three years remains short on details, the as-yet undefined high school redesign plan and the reworking of school start times that last year sparked a wave of parent outrage.

Perille, who is president and chief executive officer of the Boston nonprofit EdVestors, also plans to work to foster better relations between school leaders and the department’s central office, maintain better transparency and communication with parents and community members and ensure a smooth school opening in September.

Building trust with these stakeholder groups may prove to be Perille’s greatest challenge.

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