Chess players call it endgame. In football, the quarterback two-minute drill, the “golden goal” in soccer, the last second play in basketball. As fans we regale the players and the coaches who are masterful in winning the game in the closing moments. We dun Le Bron and admire Dirk.
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- “Why do I have to go to a white school to get a good education?” School Integration/Segregation and School Improvement Policy
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- Flash: News Sources Report That Chancellor Carmen Farina Will Be Leaving “Early Next Year.”
- The 2018 Legislative Year: Are You Ready? Are You a Citizen Lobbyist? Do You Complain or Act?
- Do New York State High School Graduation Requirements Prepare Students for College and/or Work? Are We Graduating Under-Prepared Students? or, Are The Requirements Ill- Suited to the Current World?
- Do Teacher Expectations of Student Performance Impact Student Outcomes? Is There a “Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations?”
- Why Have New York City Homicides (1990: 2262) Declined So Precipitously (2016: 335)? Can Small Schools Connecting with Students Be at the Core?
- Will Race and/or Ethnicity Be a Factor in Selecting the Next New York City Chancellor?