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Tony Evers for education superintendent

10:29 PM, Mar. 29, 2013  |  Comments
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On April 2, voters will get to choose Wisconsin's next superintendent of public instruction. I support the re-election of Tony Evers.

Mr. Evers has over 30 years of experience in education - as a teacher, principal, school district administrator, and state superintendent. He advocates fair funding for schools, and ensuring a good education for all children in the state. At a time when state government has slashed the funds available to local school districts, we need a superintendent who is an experienced educator and a strong advocate of our public school system.

Mr. Evers' opponent, Don Pridemore, does not have a background in education. He advocates the expansion of the private school voucher program, which would divert funds and resources from public schools. Why support a program that benefits a small proportion of students at the expense of the vast majority who attend public schools?

Statewide, Wisconsin's public schools are among the best in the nation. Let's elect a superintendent of public instruction who wants to strengthen and improve our public school system. Let's re-elect Tony Evers.

Carol V. Crawford

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