The entire process has been a fun way to engage people across Tennessee in a friendly conversation about who should be our next Education Commissioner.
I’m honored to be among the four finalists.
But, more importantly, I’m delighted to see so much engagement around education issues.
More than personalities, this contest has demonstrated that people are paying attention and really do care about the future of schools in our state.
I’m encouraged to hear stories about great education leaders and advocates from all parts of Tennessee.
Take just a few minutes and vote today!
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