Archive — Month: January 2019


Published: January 9th, 2019

Superintendent Hoffman Sworn Into Office On Children’s Book

Elected officials have the option of taking their Oath of Office with one hand on a variety of books. At the inaugural ceremony on Monday, Kathy Hoffman swore her oath of office to become Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction on the children’s book “Too Many Moose,” a book she enjoyed using in her classroom to [Read more…]

Published: January 9th, 2019

Superintendent Hoffman Sets Priorities in Inaugural Address

Governor Ducey, fellow elected officials, honored guests and the people of the great state of Arizona: The founders of our state valued education so much, they wrote the role of Superintendent of Public Instruction into our constitution. I am deeply honored to step into that role today. As an educator and speech therapist, I have [Read more…]

Published: January 9th, 2019

Hoffman Inaugurated as New Superintendent

Kathy Hoffman was sworn in as the new Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction on Monday during a public inauguration ceremony at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix. A former speech therapist, Hoffman is the 19th different Superintendent of Public Instruction in Arizona history. Hoffman was elected Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction in November 2018, and assumed [Read more…]