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Student voice changed a high-schooler’s life. It now drives his leadership as a superintendent

Education Dive |

Gregory Hutchings, an African American who graduated from T.C. Williams High School in 1995, is now the district’s superintendent. In recent years, and decades after the integration of his high school in 1971, Hutchings’ district has focused its efforts on creating more opportunities for students of color. 

Key to the process has been giving students a seat at the table.