A New York City Case Study: The Private Sector and the Reform of Public Education.
by Beth Lief - 1992
Describes the Fund for New York City Public Education, established by foundation and business leaders, which increases and channels community concern about education toward lasting improvements in the New York City school system. Its priorities include comprehensive school restructuring, professional development and incentives, school community relations, and information on schools issues. (Source: ERIC)
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