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Open Letter to New Yorkers Supporting Continuing School Accountability
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein welcome dozens of civic, religious and community leaders from across New York City to the Department of Education headquarters in Tweed Courthouse as they and scores of others - more than 100 in all - released an open letter to New Yorkers backing the Mayor's and Chancellor's continuing next steps for more accountability and equity in public schools.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein welcome dozens of civic, religious and community leaders from across New York City to the Department of Education headquarters in Tweed Courthouse as they and scores of others - more than 100 in all - released an open letter to New Yorkers backing the Mayor's and Chancellor's continuing next steps for more accountability and equity in public schools.
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein welcome dozens of civic, religious and community leaders from across New York City to the Department of Education headquarters in Tweed Courthouse as they and scores of others - more than 100 in all - released an open letter to New Yorkers backing the Mayor's and Chancellor's continuing next steps for more accountability and equity in public schools.
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein welcome dozens of civic, religious and community leaders from across New York City to the Department of Education headquarters in Tweed Courthouse as they and scores of others - more than 100 in all - released an open letter to New Yorkers backing the Mayor's and Chancellor's continuing next steps for more accountability and equity in public schools.
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein welcome dozens of civic, religious and community leaders from across New York City to the Department of Education headquarters in Tweed Courthouse as they and scores of others - more than 100 in all - released an open letter to New Yorkers backing the Mayor's and Chancellor's continuing next steps for more accountability and equity in public schools.
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