Four T.U.S.D. Governing Board candidates interviewed on KUATby Carolyn Classen on Sep. 07, 2010, under Education, Life, Politics
The four candidates running for Tucson United School District (T.U.S.D.) Governing Board were interviewed by Kimberly Craft for KUAT AZ Illustrated, to air at 6:30 p.m tonight on Channel 6. The four are: Adelija Grijalva (incumbent), Michael Hicks, Miguel Ortega, and Armand Salese.
I reported on these candidates on August 5 (click here), before the fifth candidate Dr. Cassandra Bolden was later found ineligible (click here) due to less than the required signatures (400) on her petition.
The KUAT interview online consisted of 4 questions to all four candidates:
1. What are your objectives in seeking this position?
2. How do you intend to improve the quality of students’ education?
3. What qualities are you looking for in a new Superintendent?
4. How do you aim to improve the district’s image and improve the relationship with the community?
To view this interview on KUAT, click here or view it below. This election for 2 seats will be on November 2nd ballot (General Election).