A typo is when you list your award as 1998 when it was really 1997. Here, she's offering herself as "two-time superintendent of the year." That's not a typo.
Most people I know treat their professional resume with extreme seriousness. Not only do you not want to embellish (or flat-out lie) about your experience, but you also don't want factual errors because sloppy work on the most vital initial presentation of yourself -- your resume -- often speaks volumes about your thoroughness and attention to detail, putting aside full-blown character issues if your mistakes are not simply innocent typos...Something is definitely not right, and we all need to be paying close attention."
Today, boys and girls, we have our third...and I strongly suspect, only real example of a "typo" yet.
Erwin's resume reads, "Kappa Delta Phi Member."
Kappa Delta Phi is "The premiere national fraternity in the northeast with over 105 years of Brotherhood, Loyalty, Service and Tradition." ...and they can always use another house mother. Now she could mean Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, but it wasn't incorporated until 1977. Seems unlikely.
On the other hand, Kappa Delta Pi is "The International Honor Society in Education," and is therefore more likely correct.
But the third error, and I'm betting not the last, is disquieting. It goes to competence, at least. Yesterday she told the board of education and the press that her résumé is not in error. Today, more evidence that that is not quite true. Tomorrow? Stay tuned.