Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced last week that a former superintendent of the Kansas City school system will be in charge of a new system that will operate the state’s lowest performing schools.

John Covington was appointed chancellor of the newly formed Education Achievement System last week. The board will be headed by Roy Roberts, the head of Detroit Public Schools, and the system itself will be financed with a mix of public and private money.

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