Posted Friday, September 29, 2006
When the head of Cleveland public schools took the job in July, he promised a renaissance that would make the public schools a place people will want to send their children. Join us for a conversation with CEO Eugene Sanders about his first three months in office. He'll tell us how he is building confidence and credibility and making the schools safer and more successful. He discusses his salary, his hires and what's on the horizon: Uniforms? Metal detectors? We'll also talk about the army of believers he is trying to recruit. And we’ll talk to the editor of Catalyst for Cleveland Schools on how the progress being made.
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