Dr. Darryl Adams has spent 26 years as an educator with the goal of preparing students for College, Career and Citizenship. He has served as music teacher, band director, middle school assistant principal, high school assistant principal, high school principal, director of human resources, assistant superintendent of human resources and superintendent. Dr. Adams has recently been selected by the White House and the US Department of Education as one of the Top 100 Innovative Superintendents in America and was praised by President Obama for leading the way in ensuring students have equity and access to technology and the Internet. Coachella Schools were recently featured in the news for providing free Wi-Fi for students on buses and at home. They have given 20,000 iPads to students to help give those who do not have access to the internet a better chance to be "connected" and continue to think, study, learn, create, innovate and build a bright future. Dr. Adams believes "that every student in America should have equity and access to technology, a rigorous and relevant curriculum and well-trained teachers that will ensure that all students graduate prepared for College and beyond."