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Accountability Director to Retire

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Jacquelyn C. Jackson, the director of the Student Achievement and School Accountability Program in the Department of Education’s office of elementary and secondary education, plans to retire from her job, effective June 1. Ms. Jackson has been in charge of the program, which helps monitor the Title I program for disadvantaged students, since 2002. She has worked at the department since 1992. The department has not yet named her replacement.

Vol. 26, Issue 26, Page 20

Published in Print: March 7, 2007, as Accountability Director to Retire
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