DEB KERR FOR WISCONSIN SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

As of this writing, following a primary election where 7 candidates competed, Deb Kerr is one of two remaining candidates that will progress to the general election. Kerr and Jill Underly will be on the election ballot for State Superintendent of Public Instruction on April 6. This is the job that Governor Tony Evers held for so long. It is technically a non-partisan office but political parties often support certain candidates based upon their shared values or policy ideas. Media reports state that Dr. Deborah Kerr made one political donation to state Sen. Luther Olsen, Republican from Ripon, in 2016 — a retiring chairman of the Senate Education Committee. Read the article

ABOUT DEB KERR

Here are some bulletpoints on Deb Kerr’s background, as provided by her campaign.:

40 Years in Education

21 Years as Superintendent of Public Rural and Suburban Districts

Co-Chair of the UW System Task Force

President of the School Superintendents Association (AASA) and Wisconsin Association of School District Administrators (WASDA)

Worked in All Sectors of Education: Parochial, charter, private and public schools

Coach of Back-to-back Girls Varsity Basketball State Championships

Athletic Director, Physical Education Teacher

Middle School Principal, Assistant Principal

President of North Shore Rotary

Partial bio of Deb Kerr

CONVERSATION WITH DR. DEB KERR ABOUT EDUCATION

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See more at: https://kerr4kids.com

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