Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña talks plans to fix city's most troubled classrooms
from New York Daily News
It's simple mathematics: Subtract bad teachers, add incentives to keep the good ones and that equals better student performance in troubled schools. When Chancellor Carmen Fariña was chosen about six months ago to lead the nation's largest school system, she vowed to take a more aggressive approach to overhauling the city's most troubled classrooms. In an exclusive interview with the Daily News, she unveiled some details of the plan.
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