CHICAGO — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has created a new school system that will take over the state’s worst-performing schools, starting next year with 39 in Detroit.

The new authority, called the Education Achievement System, will take over 5% of Michigan schools that are the lowest-performing in the state or under emergency management.

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