Opinion: Reconstitution a radical reform plagued by failure

01/12/2005 | San Francisco Chronicle

In an opinion piece, San Francisco School Board Commissioner Mark Sanchez argues that while dramatic intervention is needed to fix subpar schools, history has shown that the wholesale replacement of a school's leadership doesn't work. Instead, he says, the district should do more to hire and retain great teachers, while weeding out the bad ones through a fully funded peer-assisted review process.

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