Stories tagged: "Superintendent of Public Instruction"


FILE - In this Oct. 17, 2014 file photo, Arizona Attorney Gen. Tom Horne talks to the media about the ruling that the state's traditional marriage laws are unconstitutional and same-sex couples can now apply for marriage licenses, at a news conference in Phoenix. Horne has sued General Motors for failing to recall millions of cars and trucks with safety defects the auto giant did not disclose for years. The lawsuit seeks potentially billions of dollars in fines. Horne said Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 that he sued under the state's consumer fraud statutes and is seeking a $10,000 fine for each of hundreds of thousands of defective vehicles sold in the state. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri, File)
Opinion: Tom Horne’s Record of Enabling Child Predators Disqualifies Him From Running Arizona Schools

The executive director of Instituto Power says Tom Horne’s record of enabling child predators should disqualify him from serving another term as Arizona’s state superintendent of public instruction.

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Meet the GOP School Superintendent Candidate Who Pals Around with Alleged Child Sex Criminals

Republican schools superintendent candidate Tom Horne says he wants to move education away from race and double funding for police in schools.

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Here Is Who Will Be On The Ballot In November for State Superintendent of Education

The incumbent superintendent will face off in November against a conservative former superintendent and a write-in Libertarian candidate.

FILE - In this Jan. 4, 1999, file photo, waiting to be sworn into the five top positions in Arizona government are, from left, Gov, Jane Dee Hull, Secretary of State-elect Betsey Bayless, state Attorney General-elect Janet Napolitano, Treasurer-elect Carol Springer, and Superintendent of Public Schools-elect Lisa Graham Keegan. Hull, the first woman elected governor of Arizona, has died at age 84. Gov. Doug Ducey announced her death on Twitter on Friday, April 17, 2020, saying Hull "dedicated 25 years to principled public service. (AP Photo/Ken Levine)
Who Were Arizona’s ‘Fab Five’ and What Made Them So Fab? 

In the late ’90s, five women simultaneously held the highest positions in Arizona state government—a feat that had never been accomplished before and hasn’t happened again since. 

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8 Education Officials Who Are Running For Arizona’s Executive Offices

Arizona’s executive office elections have many candidates with experience in education, but how have they influenced the state’s education system?