WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT THE ELECTION OF MAUREEN DIMARCO AS
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION....
"Maureen DiMarco is the choice to shake up the status quo"-- THE
SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, May 15, 1994.
"Her stalwart independence in an often-hostile Sacramento
atmosphere is compelling. It is clear that DiMarco places the interests
of school children above all else."-- THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE,
May 31, 1994.
"But far and away the best candidate in that crucial race is
Maureen DiMarco. DiMarco understands that the state's complex education
issues can't be confronted if the ideological and turf wars over school
policy continue. More than anyone else in the race, she has shown an
ability to listen and work with the various constituencies in this
state's complex education system."-- THE SACRAMENTO BEE, April 20, 1994.
"While Eastin's close ties to the Legislature's Democratic
majority and the California Teachers' Union might, in some cases, be
helpful, they hardly qualify her as a non-partisan advocate for
California students."-- THE LONG BEACH PRESS TELEGRAM, June 3, 1994.
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