Hundreds point a collective finger at Crew and Board of Ed

Brooks, Charles
June 1998
New York Amsterdam News;06/04/98, Vol. 89 Issue 23, p3
Provides information on a gathering at the Saint Andrews Roman Catholic Church in Lower Manhattan which met to challenge decisions made by the Board of Education in New York and school chancellor Rudy Crew. Reference to a March 1997 report entitled `Futures Denied: Concentrated Failure In the New York City Public School System'; Address by Parents Education Association chairman and Board of Education appointee Dr. Irving Hammer Jr, on failing schools.


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