The Limits of District Consolidation

My friends at the Commonwealth Foundation point out the limits of school district consolidation. They cite yet another author on the subject, who offers some wise counsel:

“the notion that creating larger administrative units will significantly reduce the actual number of administrators runs counter to experience.  It won’t help that some superintendents becomes “assistant superintendents” if everybody involved expects raises.”

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