Theodore Mitchell

President, California State Board of Education

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President of the State Board of Education and CEO of NewSchools Venture Fund, a venture-philanthropy firm focused on transforming public education for under-served children

Theodore Mitchell on KCRW

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A lot of local schools are in trouble, but California is known for its high education standards.

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