Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s school indoctrination task force might not make any policy, but it will make a lot of noise. Heading into Thursday’s first meeting, education leaders are openly skeptical about what to expect.
The State Board of Education member announced her candidacy last week. The donations give her an apparent fundraising edge over former legislator Branden Durst, and incumbent state superintendent Sherri Ybarra.