The program has already greatly benefited several school communities by bringing opera to students and families who may not otherwise experience itMet reaches out to U.S. public schools Feb 16, 2009
If the school becomes a political school with a political agenda and decides that it's not about educating kids and is serving other purposes, then I won't tolerate itSeptember opening for Arab language school Jun 01, 2007
If you are a principal interested in hiring one of these (assistant principals), please contact me immediatelyNo jobs for 44 NY assistant principals Sep 01, 2006
We're not prepared to back off ... this has been going on a long timeMoney may not save boys choir eviction Jan 17, 2006
Creating new ways of doing business is never easy, but Napster will be at the forefront of finding business models that respect copyright, reward artists and deliver entertainment value to consumersOn the Net May 21, 2002
Joel Irwin Klein (born October 25, 1946) is Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education, the largest public school system in the United States, serving more than 1.1 million students in more than 1,420 schools.
Prior to his appointment to Chancellor in 2002 by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Klein was Counsel to Bertelsmann and served as United States Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. In this capacity, he was the lead prosecutor in the antitrust case United States v. Microsoft. Before heading the Antitrust Division, Klein was the deputy to Anne Bingaman (the wife of Senator Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico) in that office, and worked in the White House Counsel's office. He was in private practice for many years, specializing in appellate cases. Klein received his B.A. from Columbia and his J.D. from Harvard Law School. He served as a clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell. Klein is married to Nicole Seligman, General Counsel to Howard Stringer of Sony Corp. Seligman represented former President Bill Clinton during impeachment proceedings in the United States Senate. Klein is rumored to aspire to succeed Bloomberg as Mayor of the City of New York.
Klein delivered the keynote address at Columbia College’s 2008 Class Day on May 19. He also gave the 2008 commencement speech for the Georgetown University Law Center on May 18.