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Sworn in With Hand on Children's Favorite "Too Many Moose," Arizona's New Head of Public Schools Vows to Put Students and Teachers First


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Sworn in With Hand on Children's Favorite "Too Many Moose," Arizona's New Head of Public Schools Vows to Put Students and Teachers First

Jessica Corbett, staff writer

After a series of education-related protests and victories last year in Arizona—infamous for outlawing ethnic studies classes and right-wing efforts to push school vouchers—the state's new head of the public school system on Monday took the oath office on a children's book and promised to continue the fight to improve conditions for both students and teachers.


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To wrest the great African admonition “It takes a village to raise a child” from the greasy grasp of Hillary Clinton, I hereby associate it with the rising of teachers and communities to likewise wrest our communities from the deluded addiction to the koch machine and pointy headed pyramid place holder in the Dept. of Education. Oust the money grubbers and clean house!

It will take a nation to, community by community, state by state, prove the oppressive effete incapable of implanting their wet dream slavery to a demonstrably failed notion of oikos!


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It’s wonderful that the GRAND CANYON state is headed for a new mentality and A GRAND new plan for Education.


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Make us all proud Kathy.

You got this.