Mayoral Control In Chicago Has Paid Dividends

06/17/2002 | NYTimes.com

Chicago schools have improved academic achievement, teacher training and graduation rates since Mayor Richard Daley took control of the school system in 1995, a report says. Chicago Public Schools CEO Arne Duncan says mayoral control is a more efficient management model for large districts because it streamlines bureaucracy.

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