Taking Ownership of Low-Performing Schools, Part 2

Focusing in on the particular needs of a district's most troubled schools by taking responsibility for them at the district level isn't a perfect solution, and it certainly isn't easy -- as highlighted in today's piece from the Phil Inquirer (Official's abrupt resignation roils schools plan). But the approach -- modelled after the Chancellor's District in NYC under Rudy Crew and since adopted in Philadelphia and Miami, among other places -- does seem to create more accountability and attention on these schools than they would otherwise receive.

Past Posts: Taking Ownership of Low-Peforming Schools


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