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CSRACentral Savannah River Area
CSRAClock Select Register a
CSRAChild Support Recovery Act
CSRACanadian Securities Regulatory Authority
CSRACenter for Survey Research and Analysis (University of Connecticut)
CSRAChicago School Reform Act (Chicago, IL)
CSRACanadian Street Rod Association
CSRACanadian Snowcross Racing Association
CSRACritical Security Restricted Area (transit)
CSRACalifornia State Racquetball Association
CSRACenter for the Study of Rural America
CSRAClass Size Reduction Amendment (Florida)
CSRACanadian Soccer Referees' Association
CSRACorporate Social Responsibility Award (various organizations)
CSRACentral States Racing Association
CSRACanadian Speedway Racing Association
CSRACertified Shorthand Reporters Association
CSRAChinese Student Radio Association
CSRAColorado Scuba Retailers Association
CSRAChinook Society for Recovering Addicts (Canada)
CSRACivil Service Reform/Retirement Act
CSRAClass-Size Reduction Act
CSRACombat System Readiness Assessment
CSRACertificate Services Remote Administration
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The Consortium on Chicago School Research (CCSR) at the University of Chicago was founded in 1990, two years after the passage of the Chicago School Reform Act that decentralized governance of the city's public schools.
In 1988, with the Illinois state legislature's passage of the Chicago School Reform Act, the site-based management theory was joined with the idea that schools would better serve their constituents if the constituents were given more power.
In 1988, the SFA was given additional authority to monitor the implementation of the 1988 Chicago School Reform Act and conduct financial and management assessments of the operations of the Chicago School Board.
Under the 1988 Chicago School Reform Act, the SFA conducted financial and management assessments of the operations of the Chicago School Board.
This same period saw the establishment of local control under the framework of the 1988 Chicago School Reform Act. The law created parent-dominated Local School Councils (LSCs) for each school and gave them the power to hire and fire their principals.
The city's attempts to create a flexible and accountable public school environment began in 1988, when legislators passed the Chicago School Reform Act, which decentralized the school system.
The attempt at change came on December 2, 1988, with the passage of the Chicago School Reform Act.
The Chicago School Reform Act of 1988 completely altered the organization and governance of the city's public schools.
In 1988, the Chicago School Reform Act mandated the restructuring of that city's schools.
The Chicago public schools have been decentralizing authority since the passage of the Chicago School Reform Act in 1988.
THE CHICAGO School Reform Act has launched an undertaking of unprecedented scope that is still very much in the process of developing.
The Chicago School Reform Act of 1988 established local school councils and imposed goals, objectives, and outcomes to be addressed in 3-year improvement plans.
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