The election for St. Paul's School Board includes a broad slate of candidates. Eight candidates are running for the four available seats available on St. Paul's School Board. Seven of the Eight candidates took questions from the public on October 25th at the Hubbs Center, an adult learning center on West University Avenue in St. Paul. The candidates' age, ethnicity, race, occupation, income level, gender, whether they have children or not, and their prior experience or lack thereof on a school board all seem to color the responses in this debate. The forum was hosted by Support Our Schools.
Story submitted by Agatha Vaaler