D.C. mayor pushes to raise private funds for schools

May 27, 2008
Business community reacts with skepticism to $75 million campaign

Washington, D.C., Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's administration has launched an aggressive campaign to raise $75 million a year from the private sector to help pay for his high-stakes school reform effort, but the appeal has been met by the business community with skepticism and sticker shock.

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