(Vote for 3)
Click on highlighted
name for additional information supplied by candidate.
Contact non-highlighted candidates and encourage them to provide information for
- Occupation: Education Advisor to Mayor Gavin Newsom
- Incumbant, Vice President, Board of Education
- Former Executive Director, Parents for Public Schools
- Build partnerships throughout the City to invest in public education
- Support teachers with training and resources to ensure quality instruction in the classroom
- Promote equity and access so that every graduate of SFUSD is college or career ready
- Occupation: Commissioner
- MBA - University of Phoenix/SF (Fin w/Marketg)
- BA - University of San Francisco (Human Communications)
- AA - Los Angeles City College (Mass Media Communications)
- Continue to Embed & Monitor Social Justice Policies I've created for SFUSD to Ensure Access for All
- School Site Development via implementation of Master Principal Program
- Address Remediation through Restructuring Early Literacy across all Academic Subjects
- Occupation: Executive Director, SF Department on the Status of Women
- Public school parent of two daughters attending Rosa Parks Elementary School
- Member of the Rosa Parks School Site Council, the JBBP Parent Teacher Community Council, and the Lowell Alumni Association Board of Directors
- In 2008, chaired the San Francisco Board of Education Parent Advisory Council
- Served on the Proposition A Steering Committee which successfully passed a local measure to increase teacher salaries in 2008
- PhD in Communication (Stanford University), MA in International Relations (UC San Diego), AB in Modern Japanese History (Bryn Mawr College), Lowell HS
- In 2009, honored as the "Woman of the Year" by Senator Leland Yee
- Tackling the district budget head-on
- Advancing high quality schools
- Growing student enrollment
- Occupation: Education Nonprofit Director
- Director, Coleman Advocates for Children, 1978-2004
- Director, SF Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, 2004-2009
- Director, New Day for Learning, 2009-2010
Natasha D Hoehn
- Keeping families in San Francisco
- More funding for schools
- Closing the achievement gap
- Occupation: Nonprofit Education Director
- Senior Partner, California Education Partners
- B.A. Yale University
- Former Public Middle School Teacher
- Chair, San Francisco After School for All Council
Jamie Rafaela Wolfe
- Provide a rigorous, relevant, engaging curriculum for every student in every neighborhood, pre-school through graduation
- Ensure great teaching and leadership in every school
- Empower parents and build partnerships
- Occupation: Educator
- B.A. Political Science
- CA State Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
- Equitable Access to Education for Every Child!
- Healthy Foods in our Public School Lunch Programs & On-Campus Vending Machines!
- Budget Stability to Revive Summer School Programs and Hire More Teachers!
- Occupation: Parent/ Community Organizer
- Bachelor of Arts Humanities
- Transparency, .
- Accountability, respect, communities, parents and children
- Occupation: Educator
- California Credentialed Teacher
- MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
- MA French
- Teacher with Refugee Transitions
- Proficiency in Literacy and Math for students entering 4th grade
- Better model in ESL to improve academic and career readiness of ELL students so they are more competitive
- Development of private partnerships with the SFUSD to offset budget cuts
- Occupation: Erotic Service Provider
- Former government school student (K-8th grade)
- Winner of 2010 YouthVote for School Board
- BA in journalism from San Francisco State University
- Allow each student to attend his/her first choice school within the district. Expand popular schools and close unpopular schools.
- Raise teacher salaries and cut administrator salaries to pay for it. Put teachers in charge of the schools, with administrators working for them.
- Maximize choice and make education more consumer-driven, with schools and teachers more accountable to students and parents. Put lesson plans online.
Basic candidate data supplied by the applicable elections official.
Order of candidates is random and changes daily.
Links to sources outside of Smart Voter are provided for information only and do not imply endorsement.
This election is archived. Any links to sources outside of Smart Voter may no longer be active. No further links will be added to this page.