Oakland schools' takeover offers lessons for Baltimore

03/4/2004 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Oakland, Calif., schools last year ran up a $58 million deficit requiring a state loan with strings attached. In the wake of pay reductions and other belt-tightening measures by the state-installed administrator, some parents and educators say they have felt angry and powerless.

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