by Anna Manning
John Hood writes for Carolina Journal’s Daily Journal:
The average public-school district in the United States enrolls about 3,700 students, according to a recent Governing magazine analysis. In North Carolina, the average school district enrolls more than 12,500 students. Only six other states in the nation exceed North Carolina in this regard (including Hawaii, where all 187,000 students are in a single district).
So, what are the implications and what should we do about it? Read the full article here.