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July 29, 2013

Schools Are Marquee Issue in Boston's Mayoral Race

A new coalition of local education reform advocates has organized to make sure that the future of Boston's public schools is the front-and-center issue in the city's first competitive mayoral election in a generation.

July 17, 2013

New York City Mayor's Race: Ideas for Schools Post-Bloomberg

A crowded field of candidates has produced numerous ideas for the city's system of 1.1 million students.

May 22, 2013

Elementary Teacher Is Likely Winner in L.A. School Board Runoff

The candidate backed by a coalition of wealthy education activists that include New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was heavily favored to win the runoff for the seat that represents the San Fernando Valley.

March 07, 2013

Rhee Candidate Crushed in W. Sacramento School Board Race

Michelle Rhee and other education activists continue to test their influence in local school board races.

March 06, 2013

Pasadena School Board Changes Little Under New System

Only one newcomerelected to the Los Angeles-area school board under a new system designed to bring more diversity to the panel.

March 06, 2013

Zimmer, García Lead in Los Angeles Board Race

Millions of dollars in independent expenditures pushed spending in the primary race for three seats on the Los Angeles school board to record levels.

February 13, 2013

N.Y. Mayor Donates $1 Million to Slate of L.A. School Board Candidates

New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg sinks $1 million into an election that's a showdown between Supt. John Deasy and the United Teachers Los Angeles.

April 06, 2012

Three Youth Under 21 Front-Runners In Maryland School Board Race

A 20-year-old, an 19-year-old and an 18-year-old, all graduates from the Prince George's County, Md. school system, may soon join the district's school board.

November 09, 2011

Wake County, N.C., Board Changes Political Majority

The board had been led by Republican-backed members for two turbulent years.

March 02, 2011

Early Turnout Low in Memphis District Consolidation Vote

Early voting started Feb. 16 and has brought out just over 4 percent of registered voters in the city.

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