ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA — During its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, the Alameda County Board of Education elected its president and vice president for the 2019-20 school year. Joaquín Rivera was elected to the top post, while Amber Childress was picked for VP.

“It is my pleasure to work alongside President Rivera,” said Alameda County Superintendent of Schools L. Karen Monroe. “His educational advocacy and dedication to the youth of Alameda County is well aligned with the vision and values ACOE embodies. Joaquín’s focus on student achievement and academic quality raises the bar for education in our county. I am proud to work with each of our county trustees, and proud of our continued commitment to the education and well-being of every student in Alameda County.”

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