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Superintendent Boyd on school reform: 'Our children cannot wait'

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Posted: Thursday, November 21, 2013 8:00 pm | Updated: 2:56 pm, Fri Nov 22, 2013.

Santa Fe Public Schools Superintendent Joel Boyd abandoned his prepared script for the annual State of the Schools speech Thursday and instead spoke off the cuff for about 15 minutes to about 150 people — mostly district employees — at the Roundhouse.

In quick order, Boyd praised the city of Santa Fe for partnering with the district to provide resources for students and then asked the teachers and principals in attendance to stand and be acknowledged. “It’s because of their hard work that you see the accomplishments around me,” he said, adding that the district is doing everything it can to support educators.

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