In this Berkeley Daily Gazette feature, candidate Gene Roh positions himself as both a proponent of thorough, quality education as well as a representative of minority interest in shaping the content of that education. He also identified himself a “line worker” looking out for the interests of teachers and students, promising to hold the school board accountable to those it served directly; Roh claimed that his work as a probation officer “gave him an ‘insight and sensitivity into what students and teachers both feel.'”

The feature is one in a collection of features that the Gazette ran to introduce candidates for the school board and city council to its readers in the month before the election.