WBUR's Max Larkin and Carrie Jung covered Friday's interviews of the three finalists — Angélica Infante-Green, Jeff Riley and Penny Schwinn — vying to become Massachusetts' next education commissioner. Board members are expected to vote on who gets the job on Monday.
Below you can see videos of the interviews, in addition to our reporters' tweets from the interviews. Interviewees and tweets are listed in reverse chronological order.
This article was originally published on January 26, 2018.
- Finalists For Mass.' Next Ed Commissioner Are In: 1 State Receiver, And 2 Female Outsiders
- In Penny Schwinn, Mass. Finds A Determined, Divisive Reformer
- Angélica Infante-Green Hopes To Build On A New 'Blueprint' For English Learners
- In Lawrence And Boston, Jeff Riley Seen As An Unconventional Innovator