A Clovis Unified administrator has taken a job as a leader of a statewide educational organization.
Michelle Steagall, Clovis Unified's associate superintendent for curriculum and instruction, has joined the California Office for Education Reform.
CORE was launched in 2010 by seven school districts -- Fresno Unified, Clovis Unified, Sanger Unified, Los Angeles Unified, Long Beach Unified, Sacramento Unified and San Francisco Unified -- to improve student achievement.
Steagall, 44, will serve as chief academic officer for CORE. She has been working on CORE projects while at Clovis Unified with officials from other districts.