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Marianne Cartan

Silicon Valley Career Technical Education Director

Metropolitan Education District

Direct Phone: (408) ***-****       

Email: m***@***.net

Metropolitan Education District

760 Hillsdale Ave

San Jose, California 95136

United States

Company Description

MetroED's adult education program, MAEP, offers a variety of programs including English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Education, Citizenship, GED Preparation and testing, Independent Study, CalWORKs, Capitol High, Adult High School Diploma Class ... more

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Employment History

CCOC Director
Metropolitan Education District

Nevada Joint Union High School District

High School District Superintendent
Nevada Joint Union High School District

Central County Occupational Center



Collaborative Member


University of La Verne

bachelor's degree

UC Davis

Master's Degree

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Marianne Cartan Silicon Valley Career Technical Education Director 1-408-723-6413

At last night's Board meeting, ...

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At last night's Board meeting, MetroED's Governing Board unanimously named Marianne Cartan as Central County Occupational Center's (CCOC) new Director. Cartan replaced John Fox who retired June 30 after eight years with the district.

Cartan has more than 34 years of experience in public education and most recently served as the Superintendent of the Nevada Joint Union High School District in Grass Valley.
Cartan has served in a number of roles during her career including as an educational consultant at high school and community college levels. "While in these positions, I truly learned the meaning, the value, and the necessity of career technical education delivered both on school sites and through the ROP's," Cartan said.
Cartan, who grew up in Sunnyvale, is a firm believer in lifelong learning. Cartan is currently enrolled at the University of La Verne to complete the Doctoral Program in Organizational Leadership. She earned her bachelor's degree from UC Davis, a Master's Degree in Counseling from CSU, Sacramento, and a teaching certificate from UCLA. In addition, Cartan holds an adult teaching credential, pupil personnel services credential, and a professional administrative services credential.

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Nevada County Superior Court Judge Sean Dowling this week ruled against The Union in a complaint seeking the disclosure of documents pertaining to the termination of former Nevada Joint Union High School District Superintendent Marianne Cartan.

In December 2010, the board voted 5-0 to hire Cartan as interim superintendent, after a candidate whom the district had identified through a contracted search firm to replace former Superintendent Ralf Swenson was offered the position but withdrew.
Cartan had previously worked as a counselor and assistant principal at Nevada Union High School, and worked for 15 years as an administrator with the 49er Regional Occupational Program, a career-skills education program.
Several who spoke at that meeting against the transfer suggested Cartan was behind the move and opposed her being hired on a permanent basis, saying the district had should have conducted another search for a superintendent.
Mark Heauser, then board president, said "We are looking for more stability," as a key reason he joined a 5-0 vote to hire Cartan, a local resident, as permanent superintendent with a two-year contract. Other board members showed support for her despite criticism over the reassignment of administrators, which board members said was not a unilateral decision made by Cartan.
Two months after Cartan was named permanent superintendent, the district learned that Nevada Union High School did not receive full accreditation from the Western Association of Schools & Colleges for the first time in its history. Preparations for accreditation typically begin up to 18 months prior to the WASC visiting committee making a trip to campus, Cartan said at the time. The committee visited NU on Feb. 28, 2011, less than two full months after Cartan was hired as interim superintendent. Board members suggested the change in administration would help remedy the school's standing, with some members voicing frustration that WASC had outlined 14 recommendations during its midterm progress report in the 2007-08 school year, but just four had been addressed by the school.
Six months later, in December 2011, Cartan received an automatic one-year extension, a condition of her contract following a positive review of her performance by the board which voiced unanimous support. In December 2012, according to board minutes, the board again voted 5-0 to extend Cartan's contract through June 30, 2015.
Less than three months later, the board voted 3-2 to terminate her contract.
Cartan made $135,000 annually, but according to the contract, the district must pay the remainder of her unexpired term or up to 12 months following the date of termination, which would be March 2014.

Board of Directors

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Maryann Cartan, Director, SVCTE

Metropolitan Education District

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Marianne Cartan Director 1-408-723-6413

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