Report: Mead High School principal Troy Snyder resigns after plagiarism allegations

MEAD, Colo. - Mead High School principal Troy Snyder has resigned after being accused of plagiarism, according to the Longmont Times-Call.

The newspaper reported that Snyder allegedly took part of his graduation speech from "Lean In," a best-selling book by Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg.

According to the Mead High School website, it appears Snyder served two years as principal.

In a letter written to the community when he started at the school, Snyder said he worked as a middle school principal and high school assistant principal in Weatherford, Texas during the five years before he moved to Colorado. The letter said he was also an adjunct professor for the American College of Education where he taught on-line courses to master candidates.

Learn more about the plagiarism accusations, including who will replace Snyder, in the Longmont Times-Call.

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