Kriner Cash replaced Pamela Brown as superintendent of the Buffalo Public School system. Now the public wants to know exactly what Cash has in mind when it comes to fixing a part of Buffalo that sometimes appears to be unfixable.
Many are saying that the school system is the last major component, as well as the most crucial component to tackle. Buffalo is on the rise, with houses selling at bidding wars, a waterfront that is finally accessible, a passionate community taking an active role in this city’s future – there is an undeniable need to figure out the school system.
Every student must have a chance to succeed. Those that are held back at an early age only weigh heavier on the city (and themselves) as they enter into their workforce years. Buffalo is landing more and more opportunities when it comes to jobs, but without a proper education, who is going to fill them? Does Cash have the answers? That’s what Jim Heaney, Executive Editor of the Investigative Post wants to know.
Heaney will interview Buffalo Schools Superintendent Kriner Cash at a luncheon Wednesday, November 4, 2015. The interview will include the superintendent’s impression of the district and his plans to reform it. The interview will be followed by a Q&A with the audience. The luncheon starts at 12 noon, Osteria 166, 166 Franklin Street. Visit InvestigativePost.org/events to purchase tickets.
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