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Charlotte, N.C., schools dip into an empowerment-like model

Does this sound familiar? From the Charlotte Observer:

Also Tuesday, Associate Superintendent Ann Clark told the board that 13 more Charlotte-Mecklenburg principals will earn new freedom to run their schools in 2009-10, based on their track record of success with students.

Gorman introduced the “freedom and flexibility” plan last spring, tapping 48 of his most successful veteran principals and two former principals who have moved into other administrative jobs.

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