D.C. State Superintendent Of Education To Step Down In October
September 8, 2020
Posted at 13:56h in District of Columbia
D.C. State Superintendent Hanseul Kang announced that she is preparing to depart the office in coming months, prompting reflections on her time as D.C.’s top education official. Notably, supporters and critics alike point to Kang’s focus on reshaping teacher recruitment and retention policies, goals to develop accurate and informative student assessment and data systems, and her execution of the District’s accountability plan under ESSA, which established the current school ratings system and school quality report cards.