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 â€“ 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 districtâ€™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.
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