Our Children, Our Families Council Members
Deputy Superintendent of Instruction, Innovation, & Social Justice
San Francisco Unified School District
Guadalupe is the Deputy Superintendent of Instruction, Innovation and Social Justice (IISJ) for the San Francisco Unified School District. His responsibilities include developing and implementing reform strategies to close student achievement gaps and guiding central offices to better support school-site-level improvement efforts. Since 2012, he has led a team of senior district leaders and assistant superintendents responsible for key divisions and departments within the school district: Curriculum & Instruction; Student, Family and Community Support; Leadership, Equity, Achievement, and Design; Early Education; and Special Education.
Previously, Mr. Guerrero served as an assistant superintendent from 2010 to 2012. During this time, he launched the Superintendent’s Zone and provided leadership and supervision to K-12 schools in the Mission. He also co-authored a successful proposal for $45 million in federal School Improvement Grants (SIG) to transform a set of state-identified, “persistently low-performing” schools. Guadalupe brings over twenty years of experience in public education as a district leader, school principal and bilingual teacher. Mr. Guerrero holds a Master of Education in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy and a second Master’s Degree in Education Policy and Management both from Harvard University Graduate School of Education.