New L.A. superintendent outlines 100-day plan:

Better student data, increased principal authority and more community involvement are among the proposals that new Los Angeles superintendent Ramon C. Cortines aims to tackle in his first 100 days in office. The five-part plan also includes improving teaching consistency, making district administration more efficient, modernizing schools, increasing accountability, and ensuring schools results and decision-making are more accessible to the public.

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