John Huppenthal, Arizona’s state superintendent of PUBLIC instruction, is taking part in a campaign to urge parents to take advantage of tax credits to send their child to private school. He is doing it with public dollars. But, as usual, follow the money.
This video contains the robo-call he has made so far to 50,000 parents, touting the virtues of private schools.
Question: Why isn’t this man State Commissioner of Non-public Schools? Why is he “State Superintendent of Public Instruction?
He should be ashamed of himself. Presumably it is his job to improve public instruction in Arizona, not to urge parents to abandon it.
A teacher in Arizona sends Huppenthal’s explanation:
“Below is a letter sent to all the public school teachers in AZ this week by John Huppenthal who is our elected Republican State Superintendent of Public Instruction. He is trying to dig himself out…
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