Eliminating local control of schools

    In an article published in the current issue of The Atlantic Monthly, writer MATT MILLER makes the case that eliminating local control of schools – especially when it comes to funding and establishing standards – will improve education in the U.S. He takes particular aim at school boards and calls them an antiquated form of governance.
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