San Francisco superintendent's future linked to upcoming board elections

10/12/2004 | San Francisco Chronicle

Although Arlene Ackerman has raised test scores since she became San Francisco schools chief four years ago, critics contend she's ignored teachers and failed to close the racial achievement gap. As a result, her future depends on whether voters, who will fill four seats on the seven-member school board this November, select candidates who back or oppose her.

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