Wisconsin’s state superintendent gives low grades to the Republican candidate for governor, whose plan for struggling schools is to give them even less support while speaking out against “wokeness.”
Underly sets up a large transition team before taking over as state superintendent in early July.
Underly and Kerr emerge from a seven-candidate primary field.
Dozens of Republican legislators who control the bulk of public school funding lean on schools to open up despite COVID concerns.
Construction to begin in 2022 on County Highway F near Blanchardville.
The state’s current assistant superintendent is hoping to move up a seat.
Underly is superintendent of rural Pecatonica Area School District with 20 years of experience ranging from teacher to positions with UW-Madison, DPI
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