Idaho State Chief’s Race Goes to GOP, While South Carolina Heads for Recount
Idaho Republican Tom Luna emerged today as the winner of one of the nation’s two races for open state education superintendencies, while the outcome of the other such contest—in South Carolina—appeared headed for a recount.
Meanwhile, incumbents in four states—three Republicans and one Democrat—retained their posts with wider margins.
Although Democrat Jim Rex was ahead of Republican Karen Floyd and had declared victory in the South Carolina race, the margin was less than 500 of more than 1 million votes cast as of midafternoon. If the margin of victory is within 1 percent, state...
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- Director of School Support
- The Achievement Network, Multiple Locations
- Perspectives Charter Schools, Chicago, IL
- K-12 Teachers
- The International Educator, Multiple Locations
- Elementary Principal
- Forest Grove School District, Forest Grove, OR
- School Turnaround Facilitator (Stockton, CA) ($83K-$102K/YR
- WestEd, Multiple Locations