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Ex-teacher Carmen Farina to lead NYC schools

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NEW YORK — Carmen Farina, a former teacher and principal and a longtime advocate of early childhood education, was to be tapped Monday by New York City's incoming mayor to lead the nation's largest public school system, two people briefed on the decision said. Farina, a former deputy chancellor of city schools, has been a longtime adviser to Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio and helped inform his...

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