Gilbert, James
April 2002
New York Amsterdam News;4/18/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 16, p13
Presents a question and answer advisory about the take over of Mayor Michael Bloomberg to the Board of Education in New York. Views of the public to the issue; Efforts of the mayor to improve the quality of education in the state; Suggestion for the mayor to provide state-of-the-art equipments in schools.


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