Columnist: New St. Louis schools chief will have curtailed administrative powers

12/16/2003 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Education columnist Robert Joiner says the St. Louis School Board does not plan to give the city's next superintendent broad management powers. The city's goals fly in the face of a national survey conducted last summer that indicated urban superintendents overwhelmingly want more authority to fix failing schools.

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