Sunday, January 26, 2014

Third Democrat To Enter Race for Georgia State School Superintendent

Rita Robinzane
Twenty-Four year veteran public school teacher Rita Robinzane (D-Lithonia) has decided to do more in her role as an educator and become a candidate for state school superintendent.

Robinzane says “I believe that I have the experience to fulfill the responsibilities required for this position.  I am an educator, not a politician.  As a teacher, I have firsthand experience with the state’s teacher evaluation system, testing and Race to the Top funding.  I know the day-to-day operations of what goes on in a classroom and the challenges that teachers have to overcome in order to meet requirements set by the state.   

Once elected, I plan to improve education for all children, support teachers with helping students succeed, and work to get the funding needed for better resources.   Once the graduation rate increases, more businesses will relocate to Georgia.  The quality of life in Georgia will improve once education for all students in the state gets better.”

Rita Robinzine is a member of the State Committee of the Democratic Party, the Junior League of Atlanta and the DeKalb Democratic Party. She joins State Rep Alisha Thomas Morgan (D-Austell) and Doeford Shirley (D-Marietta) who also announced their intentions in seeking the State School Superintendent Post

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