California state schools chief goes back to class

07/29/2004 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

This summer, Jack O'Connell, the state's superintendent of schools, is teaching classes to help students pass the GED exam. O'Connell, the most powerful elected education official in the state and a former social studies teacher, says he foregoes the $25 per hour fee usually paid such teachers, and he appreciates teaching the classes as they keep him "in touch with the classroom."

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