First on new California state superintendent’s long agenda: getting more men of color in the classroom

California’s new State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Thurmond, is creating 13 work groups to identify and recommend strategies for addressing some of the state’s thorniest education challenges. The work groups will address the challenges identified in a study issued last fall as part of Getting Down to Facts II, a project coordinated by Stanford University and the research nonprofit Policy Analysis for California Education, or PACE. See evidence on these issues and recommended policies at the web sites for PACE and Getting Down to Facts II.

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