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The June primary is right around the corner and four of the five spots on the board of the San Diego County Office of Education are up for grabs. But many voters are unaware of what, exactly, the office does.

Think of it as the Big Brother of local school districts.

With a $600 million annual budget, the Office of Education oversees the county’s school districts and can do things like put someone in charge of a district’s budget during a financial crisis and coordinate legal fees and payments if a school district gets sued.

In this week’s San Diego Explained, VOSD’s Scott Lewis and San Diego NBC 7’s Monica Dean go into detail about the Office of Education’s role in San Diego and why so many are fighting to lead it.

This article relates to: San Diego Explained, Education, School Leadership

Written by Lina Chankar

 

Jerry Rindone has been elected to the County of San Diego Board of Education – District 2 previously in 2008 and held the position for four years.   He is an Experienced Educational Leader with over 40 years as a teacher, administrator, principal and member of the San Diego County Board of Education.  He has served the San Diego County Community for 38 years as a Chula Vista City Council Member, a leader with the SANDAG Transportation Committee, the Chamber of Commerce and the Scripps Hospital Board.  Jerry’s Commitment to Educational Leadership will bring the Lifelong Experience We Need and the Unquestioned Integrity We Deserve. 

 

To learn more and to donate to Jerry Rindone’s campaign, visit jerryrindone.com.