Tommy Chang, an instructional superintendent in the Los Angeles district, has been tapped as the superintendent of the Boston schools, capping off a nearly two-year search for a new schools chief.
He assumes his new post July 1.
In Los Angeles, Mr. Chang runs the Intensive Support and Innovation Center, where he oversees 135 of the district’s low-performing and pilot schools. His experience spans both regular public and charter schools—from teaching biology in Compton, Calif., to serving as a principal of a charter school in Venice, Calif.
A version of this article appeared in the March 18, 2015 edition of Education Week as Transitions