Head of education accountability leaving for DC
BATON ROUGE - The man in charge of Louisiana's student, faculty and school testing and accountability programs is leaving Baton Rouge for Washington, D.C.
State Education Superintendent John White says that Scott Norton will be working for the Council of Chief State School Officers as strategic initiative director for standards, assessments, and accountability.
Norton has worked for the department for 18 years. His last day as assistant superintendent for standards, assessments, and accountability will be Friday, July 13.