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Beth Moss

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Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities

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Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities

101 E Wilson St

Madison, Wisconsin,53703

United States

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Isthmus | The Daily Page - Spring elections could bring new directions

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Beth Moss, whose family moved to Madison four years ago, has degrees from Duke University and the University of London, and spent two years with the Peace Corps in central Africa.She taught French one year in the Rio Grande Valley.She cites state financing as the biggest issue facing the district. "I really feel that we should appreciate our schools, and it would be nice to have somebody with my perspective on the board," says Moss, who has a 12-year-old daughter on track to take advanced courses and a 14-year-old autistic son who needs special help."I've come into this district, and I feel really good about our schools.They're such a gift to the city of Madison." Moss and Passman are allies from the pro-referendum group Community and Schools Together (CAST), and will likely have the support of Carstensen, Silveira and Winston.


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