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Long Island Superintendent Shari Camhi Named AASA President

Alexandria, Va. – (July 13, 2022) – Shari L. Camhi, superintendent of the Baldwin Union Free School District in Baldwin, N.Y., was sworn in today as the 2022-23 president of AASA, The School Superintendents Association.   

Baldwin UFSD has received recognition for its innovative and rigorous academic programs, numerous partnerships, and redesigned classrooms and prides itself on helping students become college-, career-, and life-ready. The district’s graduation rate is currently 98%.

“The world is a different place than it was in 1965, 1985 and 2005. It is incumbent upon us as school district leaders to reinvent the experiences our students take in on a daily basis and create experiences that are amicable to the jobs they will have in the future,” said Camhi. “I am proud and honored to be named president of AASA. As part of Learning 2025, we look forward to networking with school communities across the country and support one another regarding the myriad of possibilities for other school systems moving forward.”

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