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Here’s how Richard Carranza handled Houston’s special education crisis and what it could mean for New York City

04.03.2018 | Chalkbeat New York | When New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Carranza as his pick to replace Chancellor Carmen Fariña, local advocates privately wondered what his record on special education in Houston might mean for New York... Moroff said she is optimistic that Carranza will take those problems seriously — and that local advocates will make sure those students remain on his agenda. “He’s obviously got some experience looking at special education, and looking at it systematically,” Moroff said. “We hope it stays on his radar here.” Read article