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    In The Headlines
    Districts might share school chief
    2/6/2006 - By Jeff Gard -

    Northwest Herald
    RICHMOND - Nippersink District 2 and Richmond-Burton Community High School District 157 could share high school Superintendent Dan Oest starting with the 2007-08 school year.

    Sharing a superintendent could reduce costs for both districts and offer students a continuous curriculum from kindergarten to 12th grade, but Oest would have to juggle two school boards, two staffs, and two budgets.

    Mayor Daley's school plan falls behind - 2/6/2006
    Crain's Chicago Business
    More kids, more costs - 2/6/2006
    Aurora Beacon News
    Dist. 118 considers tax hike to relieve expected '08 deficit - 2/6/2006
    Daily Herald
    'Whatever it Takes': $103.7 million and counting - 2/6/2006
    Daily Herald
    Weighing the cash is delicate balance - 2/6/2006
    Daily Herald
    State forgoes regulation of borrowing - 2/6/2006
    Daily Herald
    Districts eye bus behavior - 2/6/2006
    Northwest Herald
    Schools, cops aim to curtail arrests - 2/6/2006
    Chicago Tribune
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