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Published October 29, 2013, 07:58 PM

Some fourth graders hear speech from North Dakota superintendent of schools

A fourth-grade class from Lake Agassiz Elementary School in Grand Forks heard from a special speaker Tuesday, the North Dakota superintendent of schools Kirsten Baesler.

A fourth-grade class from Lake Agassiz Elementary School in Grand Forks heard from a special speaker Tuesday, the North Dakota superintendent of schools Kirsten Baesler.

The talk is part of UND's newly created "Educate Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere Lecture Series." A mission of the A-A-A Lecture Series is to learn about providing access across the rural state of North Dakota, and across the country. These lectures will be live streamed to other universities, colleges and other schools in the state.

Baesler was elected to the Mandan Public School Board in 2004 and served as its president from 2006 until stepping down after she was elected state superintendent.

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