Urban Academy: In the heart of New York City, an academic gem

Kohl, Herbert
June 1995
Mothering;Summer95, Issue 75, p76
Focuses on the Urban Academy in New York City. Background on the school's foundation; Courses on carefully analyzed and researched disciplines; Budget from the New York City Board of Education.


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