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State Schools Superintendent Candidates Webcasts

The state’s seven schools superintendent candidates participated in a focused discussion around computer science education in Wisconsin. The webcast conversation was done in partnership with the Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition (www.mketech.org), WisPolitics.com and WisBusiness.com.

The top two candidates in the Feb. 16 primary then go on to the April 6 general election. The winner will succeed Carolyn Stanford Taylor, who passed on running for the office she was appointed to by Gov. Tony Evers, who led the Department of Public Instruction before he was elected governor.

Watch all seven candidate interviews below.

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Computer science conversation with Deb Kerr

Kerr is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The executive committee member for...
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Computer science conversation with Jill Underly

Underly is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The Pecatonica Area School District...
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Computer science conversation with Steve Krull

Krull is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The principal to Milwaukee's Garland...
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Computer science conversation with Joe Fenrick

Fenrick is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The Fond du Lac High...
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Computer science conversation with Shandowlyon Hendricks

Hendricks is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The former DPI director of...
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Computer science conversation with Troy Gunderson

Gunderson is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The adjunct professor of school...
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Computer science conversation with Sheila Briggs

Briggs is one of seven state schools superintendent candidates to face off in the Feb. 16 primary. The assistant state superintendent at...
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