Out with the old and in with the new.
A slew of high-ranking school officials have been pushed out of their jobs and replaced, as Education Department boss Carmen Fariña enacts a plan to fix the city’s troubled classrooms, the Daily News has learned.
Chancellor Fariña, who’s been blasted in recent weeks for failing to roll out a program for citywide school improvement, has just swapped 15 of 42 city school superintendents, or nearly 36%, in her biggest personnel shakeup since taking office.
The superintendents, who earn more than $150,000 on average, each oversee administrative supports for dozens of schools. They will report directly to the chancellor’s office.
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