Jed Wallace / commentary
Jed Wallace is president and CEO of the California Charter Schools Association, a membership and professional organization supporting the state's 982 charter schools. He began his career in public education as a teacher at Hooper Avenue Elementary School, a 2,000-student school in South-Central Los Angeles, where he established a successful school-within-the-school that became the basis for an effort to convert Hooper Avenue to charter status. He later worked in the Office of the Superintendent at San Diego City Schools and then served as the chief operating officer of High Tech High charter school before joining CCSA.
Posts by Jed Wallace / commentary
- Why California must lead the way in closing underperforming charter schools ~ January 1st, 2013
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