Stephen Dackin (photo from Fordham Institute)

Columbus, Ohio – The State Board of Education of Ohio on May 10 selected Stephen Dackin as the 39thsuperintendent of public instruction for Ohio and leader of the Ohio Department of Education.
With more than 40 years of service in education, Dackin has experience in both postsecondary and preK-12 education settings having served as a school district superintendent, school principal, and classroom teacher. He recently served as superintendent of School and Community Partnerships at Columbus State Community College and, prior to that, superintendent of Reynoldsburg City Schools. Dackin and his wife Susan live in Columbus and have two daughters, Jessica and Erika.
The State Board of Education selected Dackin by a vote of 14 to 4, with one abstention. The start date is yet to be determined.

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