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DPI candidate signs pledge to eliminate Education Department


MINOT — A candidate for North Dakota’s superintendent of public instruction said he signed a pledge distributed by a group that wants to put an end to the U.S. Department of Education.

Joe Chiang, a math teacher for the Four Winds School District, is opposing incumbent Kirsten Baesler for a four-year term in office.

The U.S. Parents Involved in Education group has asked candidates at every level of government to sign the pledge "to reject all federal mandates tied to federal funding," and "fight against federally mandated curriculum, standardized tests, and all illegal and unconstitutional mandates from the federal Department of Education."


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