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Gene Maeroff Says School Boards Have "Outlived Their Usefulness"

Maeroff, a senior fellow and founding director of the Hechinger Institute, just published a book entitled, "School Boards in America: A Flawed Exercise in Democracy." Maeroff, formerly a long-time education columnist at The New York Times, is on the Edison, N.J. school board.

Maeroff, a senior fellow and founding director of the Hechinger Institute, just published a book entitled, “School Boards in America: A Flawed Exercise in Democracy.” Maeroff, formerly a long-time education columnist at The New York Times, is on the Edison, N.J. school board.

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Published Friday, Feb. 11, 2011

Gene Maeroff Says School Boards Have "Outlived Their Usefulness"


Maeroff, a senior fellow and founding director of the Hechinger Institute, just published a book entitled, “School Boards in America: A Flawed Exercise in Democracy.” Maeroff, formerly a long-time education columnist at The New York Times, is on the Edison, N.J. school board.

LINK:  ATL focus as education leaders talk reform

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