Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
|Superintendent of Public Instruction of Arizona|
|Term length||Four years, can serve two terms|
The Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction is an elected state executive position in the Arizona state government. The superintendent oversees the state of Arizona's public school system and directs the state's Department of Education.
Arizona's Superintendent of Public Instruction is the lowest paid state education administrator in the United States, being paid $85,000 compared to the national average of $174,000.
|#||Name||Political Party||Term of Office|
|1||Charles O. Case||Democrat||1912–1921|
|3||Charles O. Case||Democrat||1933–1941|
|4||Herman E. Hendrix||Democrat||1933–1941|
|5||E. D. Ring||Democrat||1941–1947|
|6||N. D. Pulliam||Democrat||1947–1947|
|7||L. D. Klemraedson||Democrat||1947–1949|
|8||M. L. Brooks||Democrat||1949–1955|
|9||C. L. "Cliff" Harkins||Democrat||1955–1957|
|10||M. L. Brooks||Democrat||1957–1959|
|11||C. L. "Cliff" Harkins||Democrat||1955–1959|
|12||W. W. "Skipper" Dick||Democrat||1959–1967|
|14||Weldon P. Shofstall||Republican||1971–1975|
|16||C. Diane Bishop||Democrat||1987–1995|
|17||Lisa Graham Keegan||Republican||1995–2001|
- "Superintendent — The Official Website of the Arizona State Department of Education". www.azed.gov. Retrieved December 16, 2015.
- "Constitution of Arizona: Article V, Section 6". Arizona Legislature. Retrieved August 22, 2019.
- https://www.azregents.edu/about/board-members Arizona Board of Regents, Board Members
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