Opinion: Search firm approach not geared to D.C.'s needs

In an opinion piece, PBS education reporter John Merrow writes that the traditional approach to finding new superintendents typically recycles education careerists. He says Washington, D.C.'s mayor and school board should consider following St. Louis' lead and hire an outside turnaround firm after first retooling their own involvement in the schools.

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