GRAVES: Improving education a worthy investment
Over the years, I have heard my share of criticisms of public education, along with various admonishments on how to set it aright. One of those that appeals to me is the view that I often hear from legislators and private business owners that school boards and superintendents ought to run schools more like private business and less like government offices.
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