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Resource ID: #20321
Subject: Schools
Source: Washington Monthly
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Date: 1-Jun

Description

Article talks about the challenges facing Roy Romer, former three-term democratic governor of Colorado, when he took over as superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). According to the story, "Romer had no constituency and no more knowledge of L.A. than a tourist. But he had the itch. 'I'm a challenge junkie,' he said. 'This is the hardest job in America.'

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