New Orleans superintendent applies personal touch to help troubled school

03/31/2004 | Times-Picayune (New Orleans), The

During a recent visit to Frederick Douglass Senior High School, New Orleans Superintendent Tony Amato responded to teacher complaints about a lack of discipline, limited professional training and equipment shortfalls with promises of immediate help. After the session, however, teachers wondered whether the schools chief's quick fixes can overcome deep-seated patterns of community neglect.

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