Angie McPhaul

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Angie McPhaul

2018 NACSA Leader

Manager of Accountability, Denver Public Schools

Angie is the Manager of Accountability for the Portfolio Management Team. Before DPS, she was in graduate school at The Harvard Kennedy School studying public policy. She concurrently consulted for The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading on state and local education policy. Angie taught Kindergarten at a public charter school with Teach for America in Prince George’s County, Maryland and worked supporting state-level child advocates at The Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore. She holds as a B.A. from Stanford University.


Most Recent Posts
For Charter School Renewal, It’s About Active Listening
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