Santa Cruz, Monterey County, CA June 6, 2006 Election
 Smart Voter Sandra Nichols

Candidate for
County Superintendent of Schools; County of Santa Cruz

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Biographical Highlights
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • I see teachers empowered to make classrooms vibrant with critical thinking, creativity and real achievement, so learning isn't reduced to test taking.
  • I will protect the rights of parents to withhold student information from military recruiters and work with legislators for equitable funding.
  • I will work to reduce administrative costs, improve efficiency, and deliver more resources to classrooms where they are most needed.
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Key Endorsements
  • Bruce Bratton --
  • California Labor Federation, Monterey Bay Central Labor Council
  • Greater Santa Cruz Fed. of Teachers, Classified School Employees Assoc.
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Position Papers
A Teacher with a Vision . . . of Great Schools!
The Vision of the candidate who never gave up on teaching. It represents a "blueprint" for those who seek a County Superintendent of Schools who values the role of teachers in a system dominated by government leaders and "top-down" administration decision-making. Declaración de la Candidata
Superintendent of Schools Must Connect With the Community
Years of work with community members is summarized, including photographs of Sandra Nichols working with key community leaders on issues relating to improving our public schools and alternatives available to the students of Santa Cruz County.
Fact Sheet
Facts Sheet of key issues and positions taken by Sandra Nichols in support of public education in Santa Cruz County.
Campaign Contact Information
Phone: 831-763-1895
686 Larkin Valley Road
Watsonville, CA 95076

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