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Former NYC Schools Deputy Chancellor Says City's Schools Should Be Un-Zoned

Writing for the Huffington Post, the Visiting Professor of Practice says children should be admitted by lottery to any school in the city.
Writing for the Huffington Post, the Visiting Professor of Practice says children should be admitted by lottery to any school in the city.

Link: The Global Search for Education: A Look at New York Public Schools

Published Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012

Former NYC Schools Deputy Chancellor Says City's Schools Should Be Un-Zoned

Writing for the Huffington Post, the Visiting Professor of Practice says children should be admitted by lottery to any school in the city.

Link: The Global Search for Education: A Look at New York Public Schools
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