Woods names Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction who will focus on K-5 area and literacy
State School Superintendent Richard Woods on Monday named Caitlin Dooley as Deputy Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction.
He picked Dooley, an associate professor at Georgia State University’s College of Education and former teacher, to oversee educational subjects, with a focus on early literacy among the very young. She has a record of funded research projects totaling more than $17 million and has served on several boards, including the National Council of Teachers of English and Decatur Makers, according to Woods’ office. “I believe early literacy ultimately leads to everything from higher attendance rates to better graduation rates,” Woods said in a statement.
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