Washington, D.C., brings in outside groups to run some high schools

Aug. 3, 2009
Experts say starting a school from scratch is easier than taking over an existing campus

From The Washington Post: Outside organizations face daunting tasks in turning around high schools in Washington, D.C. Experts say that starting a school from scratch is usually easier than taking control of an existing one, where political feuds, bureaucratic inertia and scar tissue from past reform attempts can make change difficult.

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