PBS News Hour
December 29, 2011
Written by Spencer Michels
One of the toughest jobs in modern America has got to be running an urban school district. Superintendents of schools in big cities like Washington, D.C, Los Angeles and Oakland, Calif., don’t have very good job security because if they are taking any risks, and messing with the status quo, it provokes controversy and opposition.
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