MADISON (WKOW) -- The public got to hear from the second finalist for superintendent of the Madison Metropolitan School District.
Dr. Carol Kelley took part in a Facebook live session Wednesday.
She said she would work to close the achievement gap by using an approach called targeted universalism.
It includes defining what the targets of excellence are, determining what groups are furthest away from those targets and then conducting empathy interviews.
"It's the collection of those stories through the process of collaborative inquiry where you are finding the patterns and trends that, as a system, we can begin to address through design of innovative test projects," says Dr. Kelley.
She is currently a superintendent in Oak Park, Illinois.