William C. Kahl

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William C. Kahl (September 21, 1908 – February 7, 2001)[1]

Born in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin, Kahl graduated from University of Wisconsin–Madison. He then was a teacher and principal at various schools. In 1966, Kahl was appointed Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction. Kahl was then elected to the office serving until 1973.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 'Former School Head Kahl Dies At 92,' The Capital Times, Karyn Saeman, February 9, 2001
  2. ^ William C. Kahl, Wisconsin Historical Society