Urban mayors have had mixed success running schools

05/9/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

While Los Angeles considers whether to give the mayor more control over schools, experts say other cities that have tried the same arrangement have had mixed results. For instance, New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's experience running the schools has been mixed, mayoral control in Boston and Chicago has been a success.

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