New England News
12:48 pm
Sun August 25, 2013

New School Year Begins With Plenty Of Challenges

20,000 students head back to class Monday in Springfield Massachusetts. The state’s second largest public school system has received almost $14 million in federal funds to put programs in place to close academic achievement gaps.   Daniel Warwick is beginning his second year as Superintendent of Springfield Public Schools.  WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with him about his plans to address the system’s chronic problems.

Daniel Warwick, Superintendent of Schools in Springfield, Massachusetts
Daniel Warwick, Superintendent of Schools in Springfield, Massachusetts
Credit SPS

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