A Legislator Turned Superintendent; Been There

You would think with all the surprise and kerfuffle over Speaker Becky Lockhart applying for the job as Superintendent of the Public Education, that having a former legislator in education’s top post puts us in uncharted waters. But it doesn’t.  We’ve been there, done that. Back in 1986 a popular House member, James Moss, was running unopposed for his 3rd term.  He was a lawyer by trade, but when the position became available for the State Superintendent post, he applied and was appointed.  Here is a quote from the Deseret…