The Education Exchange: Is Mayoral Control of School Boards Good for New York City?

A new report takes hundreds of pages to reach no conclusions

Photo of Vladimir KoganVladimir Kogan, a Professor in the Department of Political Science at Ohio State University, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss a new report from the New York State Education Department which argues that control of schools should move from mayors to school boards.

The report, “Mayoral Control of New York City Public Schools,” is available here.

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