By Richard Bammer
Incumbent Vacaville Unified trustee David McCallum wants to continue to usher the district through historic changes brought on by the Local Control Funding Formula, the Common Core State Standards, and the Local Control Accountability Plan.
“There’s a lot of unfinished work,” he said. “These are major shifts in the way we do business in education. I want to follow through on the planning and implementation.”
His No. 1 priority is working for the passage of Measure A, the $194 million school bond measure that is also on the November ballot. If approved by 55 percent of voters, it largely will fund school building and technology upgrades in the 12,000-student district.