Opinion: Why the mayor’s control of school data hurts students

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Washington Post

Jun 4, 12:00 AM

Opinion: Why the mayor’s control of school data hurts students

The argument for mayoral control of education, here and elsewhere, is that it leads to greater accountability. Results would come more quickly, especially for lower-achieving students. Politics would not infect and slow reforms. The mayor could bulldoze through obstacles. But the District’s mayoral control is unique

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