Vermont Deputy Education Commissioner Named Executive Director of Connecticut Council for Education Reform
Innovative education leader Rae Ann Knopf to take the reins of new education advocacy group
NEW HAVEN, CT – The Connecticut Council for Education Reform (CCER) today named Rae Ann Knopf as its first Executive Director.
Knopf is currently the Deputy Commissioner of Education Transformation and Innovation for the Vermont Department of Education. She has a broad range of experience in the field of education and has a proven track record of initiating successful education reform efforts throughout her career. As Deputy Commissioner, Knopf led a restructuring of the Vermont Department of Education and a redesign of the state’s outdated system of standards and accountability with an eye toward closing achievement gaps and providing high-quality educational opportunities to all of the state’s students.Read More »