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San Francisco County, CA November 6, 2012 Election
 Smart Voter Matt Haney

Candidate for
Member, County Board of Education; County of San Francisco

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Education Policy Director
  • Executive Director, UC Student Association, advocating directly for 200,000 UC students statewide
  • BA UC Berkeley, MA Stanford School of Education, JD Stanford Law School, LLM National University Ireland
  • Co-Founder and Chair, Citizen Hope, bringing thousands of dollars/hundreds of volunteers to San Francisco schools
  • Member, Public Education Enrichment Fund Community Advisory Committee, advising the district on allocating critical funds for sports, music, and arts
  • Appointee, Attorney General Kamala Harris' Education and Truancy Work Group, and former Legislative Aide
  • Tutor, mentor, and San Francisco School Volunteer at elementary, middle and high school levels
Top Priorities if Elected
  • College and career readiness for all and proven approaches to closing the racial opportunity/achievement gap, including after-school and summer school
  • A relevant and engaging curriculum, including innovative partnerships to bring experiential real-world learning to our schools
  • Securing the resources and support our educators needs to be successful, including enrichment funds for arts, libraries, sports and music
Key Endorsements
  • San Francisco Democratic Party
  • United Educators of San Francisco
  • San Francisco Labor Council
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Position Papers
Funding and Partnerships and Supporting our Educators
Closing the Achievement Gap and Improving our Curriculum
Community Schools and Parent/Student/Community Engagement
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