Opinion: The toughest job — running New York City's schools
from New York Post
To our new Schools Chancellor, Carmen Farina: Welcome to the toughest job in America. The new chancellor arrives at a key moment in the history of school reform. Today New York City schools are significantly better than they were before Mayor Bloomberg took office 12 years ago. The reforms promoted and achieved during the Bloomberg years — from mayoral control to school choice to enhanced accountability — have made this city a leader in education reform. But there is much more hard work to be done.
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