The School Reform Commission has selected its new superintendent/CEO of the Philadelphia School District, officials announced Friday.
It looks like the short list for Philadelphia’s next schools superintendent just got a little shorter.
School Reform Commission could pick a new superintendent from its two finalists any day now. And City Council members are weighing in on the process.
The second finalist in the running to be the next Superintendent of the School District of Philadelphia made his pitch to the public Tuesday night.
Pedro Martinez is currently the deputy superintendent of the Clark County School District in Nevada.
42-year-old Pedro Martinez, the deputy superintendent at the Clark County, Nevada school district, which includes Las Vegas, is one of the final two candidates for the superintendant position.
The School District has released the name of one of the two finalists for the superintendent’s job. The first candidate to be revealed is Pedro Martinez.