Beleaguered San Francisco schools chief mulls early out

07/27/2005 | San Francisco Chronicle

In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, Superintendent Arlene Ackerman says she might retire within a year, despite a contract through 2008, because her relations with the school board have become contentious. Three board commissioners, who often disagree with her on policy matters including standardized testing, blame her top-down management style.

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