Bev Perdue: A pioneer in education innovation, reform

By Julie Phillips Randles 4/1/2015 Advocacy

When times get tough, education can thank Bev Perdue for pitching in to find solutions that impact today and the future.

Perdue, who became the first woman to serve as governor of North Carolina in 2008, dedicated her governorship to.

Today, Gov. Perdue considers her pioneering efforts in education among the hallmarks of her more than 25 years in public service that include two terms as lieutenant governor and seven terms in the North Carolina Senate and House. Her....

This article is available to subscribers only. To continue reading, please log in to your member/subscriber account.
Like (0)