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Key Center for Learning Differences hires new administrator

Written by Mindia Whittier

The organization opened a new campus in 2021.

A new Assistant Head of School has been appointed at Key Center for Learning Differences.

Caroline James joins the organization after serving with ACH Child & Family Services for more than two years as Corporate Giving Specialist and then Community Engagement Director.

The Key Center offers programs to meet the needs of 78,000 children with learning differences in Tarrant County. The organization believes every student can overcome instructional and financial obstacles to succeed in school, personal relationships and the community with proper support. It operates a 12-acre campus.

Prior to joining The Key Center, James also held positions with Fort Worth Independent School District, Covenant Classical School of Fort Worth, and North Texas Community Foundation. James holds a Bachelor of Arts in French and History, a Masters in Teaching as well as a Masters in Educational Administration, each from Trinity University.

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