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ICYMI: Outgoing state Superintendent June Atkinson reflects on her years in office, HB17 power grab, and the state of public education

If you missed Policy Watch’s weekend radio interview with State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson, be sure to check it out the podcast below.

Atkinson discusses House Bill 17, Republican-drafted legislation that reshuffles the duties of the state Board of Education. Atkinson also discusses her proudest moments as Superintendent and the challenges facing K-12 public education.

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