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Chief Academic Officers: A Comparison of District Oversight

Organizational charts for the Albuquerque, N.M., public school system and the District of Columbia public schools highlight differences in the lines of authority over assessment for those districts. In Albuquerque, the administrators who oversee testing report directly to the chief academic officer; in the District of Columbia, they report to the schools chancellor.

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Chief Academic Officers: A Comparison of District Oversight

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Source: Education Week Research Center | Design & Visualization: Vanessa Solis

Vol. 34, Issue 24

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