School administrator seeks GOP nod for state superintendent

Photo courtesy of Michael Trevillion

By Mary Jo Pitzl | Arizona Republic

A school administrator from the southwest Valley is seeking the Republican nomination for state superintendent of public instruction, touting his quarter-century of work in classrooms ranging from elementary school to college.

Michael Trevillion is the second candidate to formally declare for the post. Current school superintendent Kathy Hoffman, a Democrat, announced her re-election bid earlier this week.

Trevillion is currently an assistant principal at the Fowler Elementary School District, where he oversees staff matters, professional development and testing, among other areas.

A first-time candidate, Trevillion said many education programs are launched with good intentions but lack the support needed to sustain and improve them.

He is an advocate of “teacher induction programs” — the focus of his doctoral dissertation — to create better guidance for teachers beginning their careers.

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