Former Partnership for LA Schools CEO Running for State Superintendent

By City News Service

Pledging to give the state’s students “the education they need to succeed,” Marshall Tuck, the former president of charter school operator Green Dot Public Schools and most recently the Partnership for LA Schools, has announced his candidacy for State Superintendent of Public Instruction in the 2014 election. 

In a letter to supporters, Tuck said that while at Green Dot Public Schools and the Partnership for LA Schools, founded by former mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, he too often “saw how Sacramento’s education bureaucracy stifles innovation and blocks progress instead of leading the way…”

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August 29, 2013  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.


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