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Chancellor Joel Klein

Class of 2013: Bloomberg's Babies Start Senior Year

In the first installment of a year-long series following members of the final graduating class under Michael Bloomberg, we meet two seniors whose high-school careers reflect the impact of the mayor's reforms.

DOE Diaspora: NYC School Vets Spread Reforms Nationwide

The impact of Mayor Bloomberg's education reforms is being felt well beyond New York as former DOE aides have taken top jobs in other cities and states.

A 'D' For Details: Should The City Release Teachers' Ratings?

As a businesswoman prepares to take over the city's schools, New York's teacher rating system—itself borrowed from the business world—stirs controversy.


Joel Klein was Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education from August 2002 until January 2011. He was replaced by publishing executive Cathie Black. After his run as Chancellor, Klein took a position as an executive for the multinational media conglomerate News Corporation.

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Demography & Destiny: College Readiness in New York

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Demography & Destiny: College Readiness in New York

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