School boards, Superintendents Propose Reform

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Representatives of the state’s school boards and superintendents outlined a five-point plan yesterday that they are calling "a comprehensive agenda to create a world-class education system."

Among the proposals are calls for the Legislature to provide universal access to pre-K education for every student. It also calls for a system that gives credit for what a student has learned rather than how much time the student has sat at a desk, as well as more business engagement with schools.

The plan did not carry a price tag, but some of the proposals would cost money.

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