Newsweek's Metro Section
November 30th, 2007

The recent edition of Newsweek might as well be called the New York City edition. The national magazine ran three articles this week that featured New York City prominently. An article on school reform spent half its space writing about about how Mayor Michael Bloomberg is taking on the teachers’ union. Another lays out for the rest of the country the plans of Schools Chancellor Joel Klein to market the desirability of school to kids. And an article discussing the positive affects immigration can have on crime reduction constantly refers back to our humble city. Maybe they’ll start a Metro section.

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