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Man Hired to Fix CA Schools Lives and Has a Business in Philadelphia



The man hired to increase equity in California public schools lives and has a separate business 2,500 miles away. (AP File)
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California’s first superintendent of equity lives in Philadelphia and has a separate job there, more than 2,500 miles from the schools he advises.

His name is Daniel Lee and he’s one of the highest-paid officials in the state Department of Education at $179,832, reports Politico’s Mackenzie Mays in an exclusive story.

“State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond, who was instrumental in the hiring, has known Lee for more than two decades since they were social workers in Philadelphia and included Lee in his wedding party,” Mays writes.

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