VIDEO: New head of Arizona schools takes oath of office on children’s book

JANUARY 9, 2019

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The new head of Arizona’s public schools, Kathy Hoffman (D), took her oath of office on a children’s book Monday.

Hoffman, the new Arizona superintendent of public instruction, explained that she took the oath on a copy of “Too Many Moose” because of her personal connection to the book.

The article goes on to state the following:

Hoffman is replacing Diane Douglas (R) to become the first Democratic superintendent in Arizona in over 20 years. Her election comes after a year marked by massive teacher protests over pay throughout the state.

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