MacCormack will leave a position at the NJ Department of Education (DoE). According to the DoE’s website:
Penny MacCormack joined the New Jersey Department of Education as the Assistant Commissioner/Chief Academic Officer at the beginning of October 2011. Previously she served as Chief Academic Officer for Hartford Public Schools. Prior to her role as chief academic officer, Ms. MacCormack served as assistant superintendent for secondary schools. In this role she supervised 14 principals, led the transformation of three large comprehensive high schools into smaller schools focused on rigor, relevance and relationships and developed a performance-based graduation policy. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut, a master’s degree from Albertus Magnus College, and a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Hartford.
NJ Spotlight has a photo of Ms. MacCormack from last year, when Chris Cerf named her the DoE’s Chief Academic Officer here.
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