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|Branstad names D.T. Magee as interim director of the Iowa Department of Education|
|News Releases - Education & Schools|
|Written by Office of the Governor of Iowa|
|Wednesday, 19 June 2013 08:00|
(DES MOINES) – Gov. Terry E. Branstad today named Duane “D.T.” Magee, 42, as the interim head of the Iowa Department of Education. Magee starts June 24. He replaces outgoing Director Jason Glass.
“We are conducting a nationwide search for our permanent Department of Education director, and I am pleased D.T. Magee is taking on this important role,” said Branstad. “We are beginning our systemic, transformational education reform, and D.T. Magee will ensure a smooth transition.”
Since July 2012, Magee has served as executive director of the Iowa Board of Educational Examiners, which licenses Iowa’s teachers, and he will continue in that role. Previously, he was assistant superintendent of human resources and director of human resources for the Waukee Community School District. Before moving to Waukee, Magee was a principal in the Harlan Community School District.
Magee holds an Ed. S. in Educational Leadership from Drake University, an M.S.E. in Education Administration from Buena Vista University and a B.S.E. in Secondary Business Education from Drake University. He is an Ames Senior High School graduate.
“This is a great opportunity to continue the great work of Jason Glass and to ensure continuity within the department as a new leader is chosen,” said Magee. “I look forward to serving in this new capacity and moving Iowa’s education system forward.”###
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