Editorial: Meddling bureaucrats could stifle Chicago reform plan

03/3/2005 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

In an editorial, the Chicago Tribune says resignations of key leaders, mandatory meetings and questionable management decisions by the central administration may erode the goals of an ambitious program to create 100 new independent schools within the next five years. The newspaper says overly involved bureaucrats could threaten the potential of new school groups to "reinvent education."

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