If you've been in NYC for 1 month, as I have, this book offers no useful information.
It's hard to believe that public school teachers would do that without demanding more pay or complaining that it's not in their contract.
I bought this book in 2009 and then was disappointed to realize how out of date it was, but thought it would soon be updated.
I thought I was buying an updated version. this was updated in 2005! a waste of money. There should be an obvious clear description about guides like thisPublished 10 months ago by NPF
I sent this book to my son and his family because they will be moving to Manhattan this summer with 3 children. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Laurel Burns
Smart City Kids NYC Educational Advisory service has served the New York City area exclusively longer than any other Advisory Company in NYC. Read morePublished on January 11, 2010 by Smart City Kids
There is no question that Clara Hemphill loves NYC public schools. Indeed, after reading this, I would not be surprised if she on the payroll of the NYC DOE. Read morePublished on March 1, 2009 by 55westend