On Wednesday, the Rotary Club of Madison held a luncheon event featuring a forum with the candidates for state superintendent of public instruction, Tony Evers and Lowell Holtz.
The event was moderated by UW-Madison’s Dawn Crim, the associate dean for external relations with the School of Education.
Evers, the incumbent state superintendent of public instruction, won the primary election on Feb. 14, earning the right to defend his position in the April 4 election against Lowell Holtz, a retired Whitnall School District superintendent.
Both Evers and Holtz are alumni of the School of Education. Evers earned a Ph.D. in educational administration from the School of Education in 1986 and Holtz earned a master’s degree from the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis in 1989.
The event was recorded by the public affairs network, WisconsinEye and can be viewed via this link.