Movers & Shakers: Taylor named Wisconsin state superintendent

By: | Issue: February, 2019
January 14, 2019
Prior to becoming the state’s top education official, Carolyn Stanford Taylor oversaw Wisconsin’s Division of Learning Support, a branch responsible for special education.

 

In January, Assistant Wisconsin State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor began serving as the state’s top education official after her predecessor, Tony Evers, was sworn in as governor. As assistant state superintendent, Taylor oversaw the Division of Learning Support, a branch responsible for special education. In 2018, she received the Virginia Hart Special Recognition Award, an honor given to female state employees who make a difference through their service to Wisconsin.