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Stanford Taylor Won’t Seek Full Term as DPI Superintendent in ’21

By John Forester | January 13, 2020

From WisPolitics.com …

Carolyn Stanford Taylor, who Gov. Tony Evers appointed to replace him as state superintendent, announced today she will not seek a full term in 2021.

“I promised Governor Evers I would commit to completing the 2 1/2 years left in his term as state superintendent and to continue the work we had started together at the DPI, and I will maintain that commitment while I serve this office,” she said in an announcement today.

See the news release here.

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