Chancellor Klein Welcomes Support for Reform Efforts
city, community and parent organizations held a press conference
at the Department of Education’s headquarters in the Tweed Courthouse
to express their support for the Children First reform initiatives.
The organizations include the New York Urban League, the United
Parents Associations of New York City, Inc., ASPIRA of New York,
Inc., 100 Black Men, Asian-American Communications, Inc., 100
Hispanic Women, New York City Mission Society, and South Asian
support that city, community and parent groups provide to our
schools is critical to our reform efforts and to the future of
our children,” said Chancellor Klein. “I am honored to be joined
by these outstanding organizations and proud that they have come
here to express their confidence in our Children First reform
agenda. Together we will build a school system that provides all
of the children of this City with the quality education they deserve.”#
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