Some governors seek more control over education chiefs

Some states are debating whether governors who don't currently have such sway should be given oversight or appointment powers vis-a-vis state education leaders. James Rex, South Carolina's elected superintendent of education, opposes gubernatorial appointments: "When there's an election, it forces our state to have a discussion looking at where we are in public education and where we need to go," he said.

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