Saturday, June 16, 2007

Longtime special educator to lead Baltimore schools

Andres Alonso, a Cuban immigrant who left a high-paying job as a Wall Street lawyer to teach special education, will become the next Baltimore public schools' chief executive. Alonso, who is wowing Baltimore educators and residents, is a New York City deputy chancellor for instruction. The Sun (Baltimore) , The New York Times , The Sun (Baltimore) , The Sun (Baltimore) , The Sun (Baltimore)

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