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Raymond Domanico

is the director of education policy at the Manhattan Institute and author of the recent report, “New York City’s Specialized High Schools: Not the Only Game in Town.”



New York City should freeze teacher salaries

Public schools will be hit by the fiscal crisis, and teachers have gotten big raises already.



How de Blasio failed students in failing schools

The mayor of New York City should have followed on his predecessor’s path in education policy.

New York City


A better plan for black and Hispanic NYC high school students

The focus on the small number of students attending New York City’s specialized high schools is diverting attention from policies that could benefit the rest of the city’s students, writes Manhattan Institute education expert Ray Domanico.