Elvia Díaz: Kathy Hoffman wants to nurture students. Tom Horne just wants them to sit still
The Show regularly checks in with the editorial board of the Arizona Republic to talk about current issues facing the state and the region — featured in columns on the newspaper’s op-ed pages.
As the election nears, one race that hasn’t gotten as much attention as those at the top of the ticket is for superintendent of public instruction, the state’s schools chief.
It might not be getting the most political play, but it’s a position that holds vast influence over how our state’s public schools function — and comes with a significant bully pulpit.
Over the weekend, the editorial board of the Arizona Republic outlined the stakes of the race in its opinion pages. For more, The Show spoke with Republic editorial page editor Elvia Diaz.