Marshall Tuck Announces 2018 Bid for State Superintendent

If you’re wondering why the name Marshall Tuck sounds familiar, it’s because he ran unsuccessfully for State Superintendent of Public Instruction against winner Tom Torlakson in 2014.

This time around, Tuck might have a chance now that term limits have blocked from Torlakson from running for a third term. In 2014, about $24 million was spent on the campaigns with a good portion of that coming from charter schools in support of Tuck.

However, while Tuck has a history of being charter-friendly, having previously led the charter network Green Dot Public Schools, he says that he does not support for-profit charters or school vouchers.

Read more at LA School Report.


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Curriculum

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - 18:59

The long standing tradition of building a California mission from art materials, or assembling one from a pre-made craft store kit, will soon go the way of the dodo.

Technology

Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 18:01

The Los Angeles County Office of Education is falling on its sword and admitting it messed up when approving Long Beach Unified’s accountability plan last year.