John Deasy, former Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent, is joining a training academy funded by philanthropist Eli Broad, Deasy’s long-time supporter.
Deasy resigned from LAUSD in October after issues with technology projects and growing tension with the school board. He remained on the district’s payroll until the end of December.
In his new position at The Broad Center for the Management of School Systems, Deasy will serve as a consultant and superintendent-in-residence for the Broad Academy, the center’s training and coaching program for urban public education leaders, according to a center news release.
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