Ridgefield School Superintendent Karen Baldwin could be asked to resign, days after the Board of Education voted to place her on administrative leave. Allegations surfaced that Baldwin allegedly plagiarized portions of documents sent to parents. The acting superintendent for Ridgefield could be Director of Technology and Operations Robert Miller, according to the Newstimes. The appointment must be approved by the state Department of Education. Baldwin, who's been superintendent since 2015, recently had her contract extended through the end of the 2020 school year.