Illustration by Benjamin Hasson Editor's note: If you'd like an email notice whenever we publish Ross Ramsey's column, click here. School ratings are coming out next week, and superintendents and principals are having flashbacks to the days when they had to go home to tell their own folks about their math and social studies scores. Telling other people’s parents turns out to be harder. That old performance anxiety is still rumbling in their stomachs, topped with a dash of politics. Schools might be the real focal point of government, the place where parents, taxpayers, business and economic.
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