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C.F. school official set to take consulting job

June 11, 2014

Victor Capellan, the deputy superintendent praised for helping turn around outcomes at Central Falls High School, will be leaving the district in July to take a consulting position with a Boston firm.

CENTRAL FALLS – A man chosen four years ago to reform troubled Central Falls High School is moving on to a new role in education and one that will possibly involve a national stage.

Schools Superintendent Fran Gallo announced Wednesday that Victor Capellan, the district’s deputy superintendent for transformation, will be leaving the school district at the end of this school year to take a position with Mass Insight Education in Boston. He will begin his new position in July.

For full story, see Thursday's print edition of The Times.

 

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