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Risky Business: Private management of public schools
Risky Business: Private management of public schools
By: Craig E. Richards, Rima Shore, and Max B. Sawicky


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book, 240 pages, 6" x 9" (paper), 1996
ISBN:944826687
Doubts about government efficiency have embraced public ed-ucation. Risky Business examines one idea for education reform that has attracted the attention of local officials: hiring business firms to manage public schools or public school systems.

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