Curtis Culwell: The TT Interview

When Curtis Culwell got his first job in education more than four decades ago, he said it was considered high-tech to have an overhead projector and colored chalk in the classroom.

Now, after education posts in 11 different cities across the state, including a 10-year stint as the superintendent of the Lubbock Independent School District, the South Texas native who started out as an English teacher in Garland ISD is retiring after 12 years of leading the same suburban Dallas district where he began.

Culwell is stepping down as public education in Texas is on the cusp of big changes ...

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