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December 22, 2008 03:41 AM UTC

Angelika Schroeder will be newest member of State Board of Ed.

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  • by: Dan Willis

CD2’s Democratic vacancy committee met today to pick the replacement for Evie Hudak who is stepping down from the State Board of Ed to take the State Senate seat she won in Nov.

Four people were running for the seat, and after two rounds of voting, Angelika Schroeder was the winner.

She was previously a Boulder Valley School Board member.

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11 thoughts on “Angelika Schroeder will be newest member of State Board of Ed.

    1. I didn’t know 3 of the candidates and the one I did know I didn’t know well.

      So I oculd only base my opinion on how they presented themselves ot the Vacency Committee. From that I thought Angelika came across the weakest. But she must have had her support lined up going in.

      1. … at least to me.

        She also had the best ideas of the two, at least over the phone.

        I couldn’t make it down the hill today, so I can’t say about the actual presentations, but if she lined up support through phone calls, it’s quite possible she won the race based on initial impressions rather than her presentation at the vacancy committee.

            1. When we have 1/3 of our students not graduating and an even higher percentage incapable of going to college, then yes, we have abject failure.

              And by definition, with this horrendous level of failure, those managing the schools are by definition useless.

              I do think a lot of schools do a very good job and that most teachers are doing a good job with some doing an amazing job. But the system is broken.

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