Friday, December 9, 2022

CalChamber Board Hears Candidate for State Schools Superintendent

Marshall Tuck, candidate for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, outlines for the CalChamber Board of Directors on June 1 how the California public school system is failing students throughout the state, especially in the poorer school districts, and why he is running again (he won 48% of the vote in 2014) to “renew the promise of public education.” Tuck is an educator-in-residence at the New Teacher Center.
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