Editorial: Superintendents Pinpoint Obstacles To New Federal Mandate

07/9/2002 | USA Today

Education Secretary Rod Paige's announcement last week that students in 8,600 schools would be eligible to transfer to higher-performing schools this reportedly was met with criticism by superintendents, an editorial states. School leaders have pointed out that a lack of funds and tight deadlines are key obstacles to allowing children in underperforming schools to transfer.

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