Hofmeister Connects Business Interests with Public Education

During a Tulsa Regional Chamber Luncheon this week, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister pleaded that the state needed to invest in education and find a way to get teacher pay to the regional average. The Tulsa World’s Samuel Hardiman writes she made the case to business leaders why public education should matter to them.

Read the Tulsa World story here.

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