Published Online: May 19, 2015
Published in Print: May 20, 2015, as Transitions

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Pedro Martinez, a former superintendent in Washoe County, Nev., has been named the new schools superintendent in the 55,000-student San Antonio district in Texas.

In January, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval appointed Mr. Martinez as the state's superintendent-in-residence to help set up a proposed "achievement school district," which will consist of the state's lowest-performing schools.

Mr. Martinez worked in Chicago and Clark County, Nev., before becoming the superintendent in Washoe County in 2012.

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