Chris Cerf announced this week that he will be stepping down as New Jersey’s education commissioner. It’s been a lively three years, to say the least.
Cerf has unabashedly led Gov. Chris Christie’s education agenda through its highs and lows. He was central to the state’s tenure reform law, its expansion of charter schools, and its interventions in the toughest districts, including the state-run Newark and Camden schools.
Now, as he heads out the door . . .