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Megan McNeill, BSC Mystician Scoop Editor

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North Dakota’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, Kirsten Baesler, told Mystician (Bismarck State College) reporter Megan McNeill that North Dakota has benefited from the John Wall New Voices Act. Baesler also said every state would benefit from New Voices legislation. If anyone from other states has questions or concerns about New Voices legislation, Baesler said just give her a call.

North Dakota Department of Public Instruction Contact information:

Phone: 701-328-2260

E-mail: kbaesler@nd.gov

Website: https://www.nd.gov/dpi/

 

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