|The High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, is part of a school-support network run by New Visions for Public Schools. While Chancellor Carmen Fariña eliminated most of those networks, New Visions may survive.|
A group of privately run partner organizations will remain,
but some may fare better than others
|Robert Hughes, the president of New Visions for Public Schools, is in talks with the city about the role |
his school-support group will play under the new system.
Fearing change, a PSO pushes back
PSOs downsized to “affinity groups”
|Chancellor Carmen Fariña with her chief strategy officer, Josh Wallack, who led a review of the city’s |
school-support structure last year.
Different deals raise questions