Study: Superintendents lack autonomy

07/29/2003 | Seattle Times, The

A study by the University of Washington found that 97% of urban superintendents say they don't have the authority to effect meaningful change in their high schools. Superintendents feel school boards and unions hinder their reform efforts, the study said.

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