This edition: Class Size in Public SchoolsTweet
Original tape date: February 1, 2000.
Host, Herman Badillo, Chairman of the City University of New York Board of Trustees, discusses class size in public schools with Gail Badillo, 7th grade language arts teacher at Wagner Middle School in NYC, and Myra Donowitz, 8th grade language arts teacher at Wagner Middle School in NYC. Gail Badillo and Myra Donowitz describe the challenges they face in the classroom as teachers in the New York City public school system. They acknowledge that class size is their biggest challenge. With Herman Badillo, they examine social promotion and the summer school program in New York City's public school system.
NYC Wagner Middle School Language Arts Teachers Gail Badillo and Myra Donowitz discuss issues including class size and social promotion in public schools.
Mrs. Gail Badillo Teacher, Wagner Middle School/NYC
Herman Badillo Former Chairman, Board of Trustees, City University of New York
Mrs. Myra Donowitz Teacher, Wagner Middle School/NYC