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Paul Reville

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Paul Reville
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Massachusetts Secretary of Education
In office
2008 - January 2013
Years in position 7
Base salary$154,500
Elections and appointments
Appointed byGovernor Deval Patrick
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sColorado College
Master'sStanford University
Office website

Paul Reville was the Massachusetts Secretary of Education from 2008 to 2013. He was appointed to this position by Gov. Deval Patrick (D) on March 11, 2008.[1]


Reville has been involved with education throughout his life. He served as a teacher and principal for two alternative secondary schools. In 1985, he was the founding executive director of the Alliance for Education in Worcester and Central Massachusetts. He has served on the boards of numerous other education organizations. Also, serving as the founding executive director of the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education. Between 1996 and 2002, he was the chair of both the Massachusetts Commission on Time and Learning and the Massachusetts Education Reform Review Commission.[2]


  • Bachelor's degree, Colorado College
  • Master's degree, Stanford University

Political Career

Secretary of Education (2008 - 2013)

Reville served as Massachusetts Secretary of Education from July 2008 to January 2013.[3] During his tenure, Reville supported a STEM approach to education, stating that it would "prepare young people for careers and college success in the future."[4]



Reville was appointed Massachusetts Secretary of Education by Gov. Deval Patrick on March 11, 2008. He was officially sworn in on July 1, 2008.[5]


Reville has four children and two step-children.[2]

Contact information

Office of the Secretary of Education
75 Pleasant Street
Malden, MA 02148-4906

Voice: (781)338-3000
TTY: (800) 439 2370
E-mail: boe@doe.mass.edu

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Political offices
Preceded by
Massachusetts Secretary of Education
Succeeded by
Matt Malone