A provision in Illinois’ 2011 education reform law requires all newly elected school board members to receive training “in areas including education, labor law (and) financial oversight,” reports EdWeek.org. Is that a smart new reform that will ensure better school governance? Or is it a clever way for teacher unions and their allies to teach new board members the “approved” way of leading a school district?
Are school board associations sabotaging education reform?
May 31, 2012 By