If you follow major San Francisco news, as I do along with other major California news and developments, you are aware that the San Francisco voters recently recalled three San Francisco School Board members. It is Mayor Breed’s position to now appoint three new members to the San Francisco School Board. There are a lot of related internet stories that you can read – below I have included links to two news posts.
In my view the School Board ran into difficulty because it lost sight of its primary mission to educate students on the subject matters and in a manner that will prepare and help to prepare them to be successful, productive, and critical thinking individuals and members of society as they grow and mature and throughout their lives.
John Trasviña would be a great appointment to the School Board. I cannot list all of John’s qualifications, positions held, and accomplishments. However, if you don’t know him or of him, John is a native of San Francisco and attended Lowell High School, in addition to Harvard and Stanford. He has served in many positions of executive leadership and as an attorney both locally and in Washington, D.C. He also previously served in a high executive position in the Clinton Administration (Office of Fair Housing and Opportunity) and as Dean of the University of San Francisco School of Law. John is committed to education, helping people and excellence. And he is openminded to differing views. And there is much more, but I will keep this short. John Trasviña would be a great appointment to the San Francisco School Board.
The following are two additional links to news discussing Mayor Breed’s position to appoint three new San Francisco School Board members:
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