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State superintendents’ primary is going to get busy

Are you still trying to get a read on the Republican candidates for state schools superintendent? You’ll have plenty of chances to hear them for yourselves, and get answers to your questions. Here’s the itinerary: April 30. Three of the

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The superintendent’s race: resetting the rumor mill

It didn’t take long for the speculation to begin. Shortly after Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna¬†named Idaho Leads Project co-director Roger Quarles as his chief deputy, the rumor mill got going. Is Luna planning to step aside, paving the

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The election 2014 rumor mill: Here’s one dead end

Linda Clark may be the most politically active school superintendent in the state. Meridian superintendent Linda Clark The Meridian School District superintendent commonly shows up at the Statehouse to testify on legislation. This year, Clark was a vocal supporter of several

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