New NYC schools chancellor seeks to improve struggling middle schools

01/3/2014 | Daily News (New York)

Carmen Farina, the new schools chancellor in New York City, used her first full day on the job Thursday to visit a middle school and pledged to make the city's struggling middle schools a top priority in her first year. Farina, a former developer of middle-school curriculum, said Thursday that "if we get middle schools right, the rest is going to be a piece of cake."

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