By John Glidden
Ruscal Cayangyang’s first Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education campaign didn’t go as well as he would have liked. Cayangyang placed fifth out of six candidates in 2009, with a respectable showing of 4,906 votes cast in his favor.
But he won’t be deterred.
“Attracting and keeping quality teachers is imperative,” Cayangyang wrote in an email, regarding one specific issue affecting the Vallejo school district right now. “To do this, we must explore every avenue of increasing teacher pay, such as reducing the size and cost of our administration.”