Cleveland Mayor Takes Control of City's Schools

September 1998
Jet;09/28/98, Vol. 94 Issue 18, p22
Reports that Michael White, the mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, took control of the city schools, which are being affected with increasing debts and falling test scores. Appointment of members of the school board; Number of educational administrators who resigned; Comments from the Reverend Hilton O. Smith, the chairman of the school board.


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