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| December 22, 2014
Let Mayors Authorize Charter Schools

Next month, as hundreds of new mayors take office, improving local schools will be a top priority for many. Cities across the country suffer from lagging student achievement and high dropout rates, and elected officials know the role that education plays in the overall vitality of their communities.

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| December 19, 2014
The Mind Trust unveils $5,000 incentive for nominating future school leaders

Do you know someone with a good idea who’d love to turn around a troubled school in Indianapolis?
Nominating them for a school leadership fellowship could net you $5,000.

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| December 4, 2014
Education Reform Efforts Must Focus On Expanding School Autonomy

A high-quality education, especially in early childhood, is vital to preparing our students to lead us through the 21st century. But the fact is genuine school reform is not about top-down mandates or more spending; it’s about expanding individual school autonomy.

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