First graduates of NYC principal program set to begin school

09/8/2004 | NYTimes.com

After a year of extensive preparation, the first class of principals from the $75 million New York City Leadership Academy is poised to become leaders of some of the city's most troubled schools. The program, which has stirred controversy among educators taking the traditional route to become principals, is a centerpiece of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's school-reform plan.

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