Incumbent sets the pace in California superintendent's race

05/31/2006 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Challengers say Jack O'Connell, now campaigning for reelection as California schools chief, is too enmeshed in the political machine and too focused on the state's high school exit exam to fight for funding reform and other means of improving schools. Having won the strong support of teachers unions, O'Connell is well ahead of his four opponents in terms of fundraising and support in the polls.

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