The state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, meeting in New Orleans on Wednesday evening, gave preliminary approval to policy changes touching on two of the more pressing issues facing the state-run Recovery School District: the push for a unified enrollment system that encompasses all of the city’s public schools, and the possibility that some of the district’s schools may return to the local School Board for the first time since Hurricane Katrina.

 

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