BALTIMORE - The new director of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute is making history is more ways than one.
WBAL-TV ( http://tinyurl.com/cmhzkef) reports that Jacqueline Williams has become the first woman and the first African-American to take over the high school. Williams had been serving as interim director and was officially named to the position of director on Tuesday.
Williams is also is a graduate, former teacher and dean of students at the school. She has two daughters, one of whom is a math teacher at another Baltimore high school. Her youngest daughter is a senior at Baltimore Polytechnic.
Information from: WBAL-TV, http://www.wbaltv.com
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