FRAMINGHAM – Superintendent Bob Tremblay has selected Framingham High Associate Principal Anne Ludes to be his new Director of Secondary Education.
Prior to becoming the high school’s associate principal, Ludes served as the math department head at the high school and worked in the math department for more than a decade.
A strong and vocal advocate for students, Ludes believes that all students are capable of high levels of things and learning, said Tremblay in a press release in announcing the new appointment.
The position is a new one under Tremblay’s administration.
The Director of Secondary Education would be responsible for instructional programs and professional development in middle schools and high school.
One of her goals would be to align programs across the district.
Other responsibilities of the position would be to analyze student testing data and develops curriculum at the middle and high school levels, as well as evaluate the principals at that level.
“She is passionate about the art and practice of teaching, and sets high expectations for students and staff,” said Tremblay.
“She strives to create opportunities for students to acquire and strengthen transferable 21st Century skills, including problem solving, collaboration, grit, and perseverance,” said Tremblay in a statement. “Anne’s work ethic coupled with her experience make her a welcome addition to the Office of Teaching and Learning administrative staff.”
Ludes earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics and secondary education from Providence College She has a Master of Arts degree in mathematics from Boston College.