retained a handful of schools, but by and large, the RSD was responsible for managing public education in New Orleans.
Perpetually in a hurry, Jacobs married and graduated from Cornell University at twenty-one, had her first of two children at twenty-three, and by thirty-three was not only elected to the OPSB
but had built her father's small insurance agency--with her brother--into one of the largest in the South.
25) The OPSB
was plagued by corruption and financial mismanagement, with over $265 million in debt and a Federal Bureau of Investigation task force housed in the district office to root out graft.
On October 28, 2008, the OPSB
adopted rules for certification of economically significant wind farms in Ohio.
was in dire straits even prior to the destruction caused by hurricane Katrina.
agreed to this plan with the stipulation that the Corps of Engineers and the Ohio EPA must concur that impacts to these wetlands would be minimal.
The number of ACDB and OPSB
was not significantly different between intercropping and the control at the seedling and harvest stages, but a significant difference was recorded at the rootstock thickening stage, with treatment increasing by 23.
212) The Complaint was not so much a call for action by charter schools as it was a call for action by the state, the RSD, and the OPSB
to create order out of the chaos resulting from a decentralized special education system.
in one of the sixty independent LEA charter schools, in an OPSB
Selective admission is permitted at OPSB
district and charter schools and at BESE charter schools, but not at RSD schools.
Today, the majority of OPSB
schools are charters (see Figure 1).