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San Francisco County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
 Smart Voter James M. Calloway

Candidate for
Board Member; San Francisco Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Teacher/Counselor/Principal
  • Doctor of Education
  • Master of Arts-Education Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts-Major:Sociology
  • Associate of Arts
  • Standard Teaching Credential
  • Education Administration Credential
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • A specified and individualized excellent educational progrm for all students
  • Provide our students with a well-rounded education including both basic skills and enrichment programs
  • Excellent educational leaders, teachers and classified staffs at all school sites with excellent pay for credential and classified staff members
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Key Endorsements
  • Service Employees International Union (SEIU Local 1021)
  • Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval
  • Coleman Action Fund
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Position Papers
Educational Plan for Excellence
A plan to achieve excellence for the students of the San Francisco Unified School District
Student Assignment
Regardless of school assignments; all schools within the SFUSD should provide an excellent educational program for all students.
We must work together to provide more funding for our schools.
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