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Superintendent: Reforms could ‘wreak havoc’ on great schools

By staff and wire services reports
January 17th, 2013

Here is a letter sent to the New Jersey State Board of Education from Michael A. Rossi Jr., superintendent of Madison Public Schools, about the state’s school reform agenda and problems that officials have created for educators and administrators who are charged with implementing policy, says the Washington Post. Rossi says that officials are trying to force too much change too soon, an issue that was recently addressed by another superintendent in another state, Joshua Starr of Montgomery County, Md. You can read about that here

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