Future hinges on school vote

July 1997
Crain's Detroit Business;07/14/97, Vol. 13 Issue 28, p6
Opinion. Focuses on the vote which will be taken by the Board of Education in Detroit, Michigan, to determine whether to accept or reject recommendations to improve management of the district. Recommendations issued by a panel created by New Detroit Incorporated; Elimination of six `area offices' that supervise the operation of individual school buildings.


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