October 20, 2021


Genuine Education

Missouri state senator calls for ouster of education commissioner

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The Missouri lawmaker who chairs the Senate Schooling Committee stated the state’s best education leader ought to shed her occupation.

Point out Sen. Cindy O’Laughlin called for the ouster of Missouri Instruction Commissioner Margie Vandeven through a community meeting Tuesday in Springfield about crucial race principle.

Vandeven, 1st appointed 6 years in the past, was re-appointed by Gov. Mike Parson to operate the Missouri Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, or DESE.

Margie Vandeven

“We need to have a new leader at DESE and the governor can make that transpire,” O’Laughlin reported to the crowd of 150 at the Knights of Columbus corridor. “And he will only make that occur under enormous public tension so just keep that up right here and bombard his place of work.”

Extra:Crucial race principle opponents back classroom cameras, faculty decision, attendance strikes

O’Laughlin, a Republican from Shelbina, represents northeast Missouri. She is a former school board member and an administrator for a Christian school.

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