James Vaznis

James Vaznis writes about K-12 education and previously covered crime, higher education, suburban issues, and New Hampshire. Prior to joining the Globe in 2002, Vaznis worked as a reporter at the Concord Monitor and the Daily News of Newburyport.

Latest stories

Last-minute lobbying for school superintendent post

By , Globe Staff

Parents, activists, and business leaders are aggressively lobbying Mayor Walsh and the School Committee to support their picks.

Boston’s Superintendent Finalists

Guadalupe Guerrero is on a mission to turn things around

By , Globe Staff

Guadalupe Guerrero found success in San Francisco helping to turn around low-achieving schools.

Harvard ejected Boston superintendent finalist from doctoral program

By , Globe Staff

Guadalupe Guerrero said he hadn’t “wrapped up” his Harvard dissertation, but a Globe review found he was terminated from the program.

Boston superintendent finalist ran out of time to complete Harvard doctorate

By , Globe Staff

Conflicting information has been presented this week on the academic credentials of one of the four finalists for the Boston schools superintendent job.