Commentary: NYC chancellor says schools on the right track

10/18/2006 | New York Sun, The

New York City schools have narrowed the achievement gap, boosted the graduation rate and improved in math and reading over the past four years, among other gains, but they still have "a long, long way to go," acknowledges New York City schools Chancellor Joel Klein. Klein says the mayor and he plan to create a new environment in schools where leaders will accept more authority and be held accountable for results.

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