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Diane Ravitch: Public input would prevent "huge mistakes"

The folks over at Teachers College’s After Ed TV today posted an interview with Diane Ravitch, the doyenne of education history world, all about New York City’s particular breed of mayoral control. In the six-minute video, Ravitch argues that the absence of community involvement in the city’s schools isn’t worth whatever gains mayoral control might be generating.

Click through to After Ed’s Web site for producer Simon Doolittle’s analysis about where Ravitch stands compared to others who are weighing in on mayoral control.