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Examiner Local Editorial: Competition, not takeover, is key to turnaround at Prince George's County schools

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Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker is justifiably frustrated that the second-largest public school system in Maryland in the nation's wealthiest minority-majority county consistently ranks at the bottom of the state in student achievement. Despite spending $1.7 billion annually to educate 123,000 students and going through five superintendents in 10 years, 41 percent of Prince...