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Mr. Bobb Likes Year-Round Schools

In this chat over at The Washington Post yesterday, newly elected president of the Washington D.C. Board of Education Robert C. Bobb said he wants to fix up crumbling D.C. schools with the urgency the city would have mustered had it won the contest to host the 2012 Olympics. He also said he likes the idea of year-round schools and thinks D.C. schools superintendent Clifford B. Janey’s road map of education reform isn’t perfect, but it’s a good start.

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