June 13, 2007 | City Talk with Doug Muzzio
The Department of Education did well in producing positive outcomes during the first year of a reorganization of city schools, says Seymour Fliegel, who heads a nonprofit organization thatâ€™s helping schools improve. Reading scores went up, and resources were added so there can be real accountability, continues Fliegel, president of CEI-PEA. Hear why he thinks partnering with support organizations that provide expert consultants will continue to benefit students, teachers and principals — as well as his views on what still needs improvement.
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