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Houston superintendent to be NYC schools chancellor


Second time’s the charm.


Just four days after Miami-Dade schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho humiliated Mayor de Blasio on live national television with a last-minute rejection of de Blasio’s offer to run the city schools, Hizzoner has his replacement.

Miami-Dade Superintendent of Schools Alberto Carvalho humiliated Mayor de Blasio on live television with a last-minute rejection of de Blasio’s offer to run the city schools.

(Charles Dharapak/AP)


Current Houston Superintendent Richard Carranza is set to be named as the new city schools Chancellor.


Carranza, 51, will join de Blasio for a press conference announcing his appointment at the Blue Room at City Hall Monday afternoon.

De Blasio says NYC kids ‘deserve better’ after schools boss drama


Carranza has served as superintendent of the Houston Independent School District since 2016. He served as superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District for four years before going to Houston.

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