Carolyn Stanford Taylor is new State School Superintendent

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Carolyn Stanford Taylor is new State School Superintendent

By Frederica Freyberg | Here & Now

January 11, 2019 • Southeast Region

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Carolyn Stanford Taylor, the newly-appointed State School Superintendent of Public Instruction says "we will focus on closing gaps." Taylor served the past 17 years as Assistant State Superintendent for the Division of Learning Support. She has an education degree from UW-Madison, was a teacher and principal in the Madison School District and served as president of the local teachers union.


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