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Tuesday November 5, 2019 — Local Elections
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City of San Francisco - Board of Education

Board of Education — City of San Francisco

Get the facts on the California candidates running for election to the Board of Education — City of San Francisco

Find out their top 3 priorities, their experience, and who supports them.

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Candidates

You can vote for 1 of these 3 candidates.

Jenny Lam

Education Advisor to SF Mayor London...
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Prioritize Student Learning
  2. Invest in Caring Communities
  3. Build Pathways to Excellence
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Kirsten Strobel

Director, Nonprofit
Top 3 Priorities
  1. Build strategic public-private partnerships to benefit...
  2. Develop parent-empowerment interventions.
  3. Implement a PTA fund that benefits all schools, not...
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