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Hanna leaving for post in NYC

This article was originally published in The Notebook. In August 2020, The Notebook became Chalkbeat Philadelphia.

Associate Superintendent Tomás Hanna is leaving Philadelphia to become the Chief of Innovation for the New York City schools.

Hanna was a teacher and principal in the Philadelphia public schools and held several different roles in central administration. In 2008, Hanna was a member of the Broad Superintendents Academy Class.

In May, the District announced that Associate Superintendent David Weiner was leaving for a position in New York. Hanna leaves the School District of Philadelphia July 15.

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