Survey says: NYC teachers look forward to work, but many are still undecided about the chancellor’s leadership
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A major change in New York City education leadership did not substantially shake the confidence of teachers, students, and parents in the city’s schools.
But nearly a third of teachers say they haven’t yet made up their mind about whether Chancellor Richard Carranza is doing a good job after arriving last Spring, according to the most recent city education department survey, released Thursday.
The annual survey — the second-largest after the U.S. census, the city has said — asks teachers, students, and parents for their opinions about their own schools and the school system as a whole. The city then uses the answers to identify school-level trends that might require intervention.
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