Apparently, some school districts across the country have come to the conclusion that things cannot go on as they are. The possibility that they risk losing federal funds for operating schools where students perform poorly, have irregular attendance and low graduate rates has finally settled in. It was all over the news last week that the superintendent of the Central Falls, R.I. high school fired all of its teachers.
COLUMN: Current school system needs reform
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