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Mobile County School Board District 3

A Mobile County School Board Commissioner is elected from a district to a six-year term. The five-member school board is responsible for the operation of Mobile County's public schools in accordance with Alabama State Department of Education regulations. In addition, the school board is tasked with selecting and supporting a superintendent to oversee the day-to-day operation of the schools. In all its activities, the school board is to uphold and assist the Mobile County Public School System's educational mission.

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  • Reginald Crenshaw
    (Dem)

Biographical Information

How have your training, professional experience, and interests prepared you to serve on the Mobile County School Board?

What will be your top three priorities for action if elected? Please explain what form this action would take.

There has been a lot of publicity about our successes in increasing the graduation rate. Apart from graduation itself, what measurements of college and career readiness of Mobile County high-school graduates would you encourage?

What solutions would you propose to improve academically struggling schools? How can the school board support the faculty and administration to achieve academic excellence in these schools?

What are your budgetary priorities as you balance the various needs of the school system (e.g. new technology, locally funded teachers, infrastructure upgrades/expansion, etc.)

How would you incorporate the use of technology to improve the delivery of curriculum to K-12 in MCSS.

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