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Abstract

The author describes what happened to the New Orleans Public Schools after Hurricane Katrina.

Author Biography

Raynard Sanders has served as professor and Interim Director in the Master of Arts in Urban Education Program at Southern University at New Orleans. He also served as the Executive Director of The National Faculty at New Orleans, a professional development agency designed to improve the quality of teaching in poor performing schools throughout the Mississippi Delta. He hosts The New Orleans Imperative, a weekly radio show on public education. Dr. Sanders received his B.A. from Dillard University, a Masters of Educational Administration from Southern University, and his Doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University.

 

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