Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson is the Superintendent of Oakland Schools. She is an experienced educator with roles that range from classroom teacher to District Superintendent. In 2013, she received Michigan’s Superintendent of the Year award. This year she received the Courage Award for Educational Excellence and Development at the Martin Luther King, Jr., Luncheon.
Dr. Cook-Robinson is passionate about public schools and works tirelessly with the state and with local school districts to provide the best possible education for Oakland County students. In this podcast, she shares her vision for education, and how Oakland Schools works in collaboration with local school districts.