A new energy and optimism for the New York City schools

October 1990
Hispanic Times Magazine;Oct/Nov1990, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p52
Focuses on the efforts of former East Harlem, New York drop-out Joseph A. Fernandez to revitalize troubled schools in New York City as Chancellor of the New York City School system. Obtainment of equivalency certificate during Air Force service; Social conditions of students; Attitude of teachers and colleagues.


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