NYC Public Schools Critic Now Leads Them: Hope Rises for Black and Hispanic Students

David Banks, the incoming Chancellor of New York City schools, appointed by new Mayor Eric Adams, comes to the job as a critic of its bloated bureaucracy and its failure to educate black and hispanic students, and as a leader of a network of targeted charter schools. As hopes rises for minority kids, will the teachers’ unions and legacy Democrats stand by as public schools get transformed into academic performance machines for young leaders?

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