The tally was 3-1, with one abstention. The School Reform Commission has governed the District for 16 years. A new Board of Education is expected to start on July 1.
He will make a speech today before Council.
That makes 11 total. Fewer schools were chosen than originally planned, due to continued litigation over the soda tax.
Both said they wanted a smooth transition. Critics, including Council President Clarke, redoubled calls to abolish the five-member board and return to local control.