[Susan notes: This letter needs no comment. Everybody should send a version to local paper.]
To the editor
From Iris Lochner
Published in Oklahoma Observer (01/09/2013)
Could somebody explain why, in a state where we require candidates who run for the office of Attorney General to be a licensed attorney, we don't have a requirement for the candidates running for the Superintendent of Schools to be a real certified teacher?
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