Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle joined with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett last week to announce a plan aimed at improving the ailing Milwaukee Public Schools, both academically and fiscally.

The plan stems from an independent review ordered by the two men last fall as part of a potential government takeover of the system. The report identified various management initiatives, policy changes and other measures that could save $103 million annually.

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