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City school district adds leader for career pathways

Rochester Business Journal
July 15, 2014

The Rochester City School District has brought in a new leader for career and technical education.

The district announced Tuesday that Keith Babuszczak will take over next month as chief of school innovation for career pathways and integrated learning. Babuszczak spent the past three years with the CTE Technical Assistance Center of New York.

There, Babuszczak helped school districts and Boards of Cooperative Educational Services across the Finger Lakes, Southern Tier and Hudson Valley to strengthen career educational programs.

Babuszczak previously served as the assistant superintendent for career/vocational technical education with Pittsfield Public Schools, a district in Massachusetts serving 6,300 students. He also served as education specialist in the Massachusetts Department of Education, where he developed the statewide educational framework for student proficiency in career/vocational technical education programs.

“I am excited to work with all of our partners to define college and career readiness for our graduates and engage our students in rigorous learning opportunities that link directly to success in further education and meaningful careers,” Babuszczak said in a statement.

During the screening process, Babuszczak met with business partners, district administrators, principals, faculty members, the Parent Advisory Council and students.

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