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Enigmatic Inequality in New York City's Public Schools

What was the legacy of the Bloomberg-Klein era in New York City's public schools? Speaking in the College's Endowed Professorship Lecture Series, Aaron Pallas, TC's Arthur I. Gates Professor of Sociology and Education, says the "stock portfolio management" operating philosophy of the past 12 years did not stem unequal distribution of quality teachers, dollars and high-needs students.
What was the legacy of the Bloomberg-Klein era in New York City's public schools? Speaking in the College's Endowed Professorship Lecture Series, Aaron Pallas, TC's Arthur I. Gates Professor of Sociology and Education, says the "stock portfolio management" operating philosophy of the past 12 years did not stem unequal distribution of quality teachers, dollars and high-needs students.

Published Monday, Mar. 24, 2014

Enigmatic Inequality in New York City's Public Schools

What was the legacy of the Bloomberg-Klein era in New York City's public schools? Speaking in the College's Endowed Professorship Lecture Series, Aaron Pallas, TC's Arthur I. Gates Professor of Sociology and Education, says the "stock portfolio management" operating philosophy of the past 12 years did not stem unequal distribution of quality teachers, dollars and high-needs students.

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