Wednesday, October 30, 2002 at 1:23 PM
Many critical issues will be decided in this year's off-year election, among them a citywide ballot question for Cleveland that could influence the educational future of tens of thousands of children. Cleveland is one of a few cities in the country whose school district is controlled by its mayor. On November 5th voters will decide whether they want to keep the mayor in charge of appointing the school board, or return to electing school board members. Citizens All is a documentary piece that explores the origins of mayoral control in Cleveland, and how citizens feel about how well it's served those citizens in the making - the students. It was produced by ideastream's Bill Rice, who has been covering education for 90.3 for the past two years.
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