New York City chancellor overhauls principal support system
from Education Week
The New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña is dismantling the Bloomberg-era network system that provided teacher training, curriculum assistance and other supports to principals, and reassigning those responsibilities to superintendents. The 55 networks, which were promoted under former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg to give schools more autonomy, will be replaced with seven regional Borough Field Support Centers. The Bloomberg policy allowed principals to choose which networks to which they wanted to belong — regardless of the school's location. The new regional centers will be based on geography.
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