Monday, July 17, 2006

U.S. Senate measure would strip D.C. school board of roles

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Proposed legislation due to reach the full U.S. Senate this fall would force the D.C. school board, D.C. Council and mayor to transfer state-level functions from the D.C. school board to some other agency or perhaps to an entirely new one. While advocates of the move say it's needed to avoid conflict-of-interest problems within the district, critics say it would add yet another bureaucratic level for a school system that already must report to the school board, council, mayor and Congress. The Washington Post (free registration) (7/17)

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