FLINT, Mich. – The controversy over a new principal for Michigan’s School for the Deaf was front and center at the Flint Farmer’s Market Monday.

That’s where the Michigan Department of Civil Rights Division on Deaf, Blind, and Hard of Hearing, advisory council hosted its annual meeting.  Currently, the Flint-based school is searching for a new principal.

And there’s frustration from families who want a leader fluent in sign language.