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The Student-Run Newspaper of Townsend Harris High School at Queens College

The Classic

The Student-Run Newspaper of Townsend Harris High School at Queens College

The Classic

At District Leadership meeting on Friday, Superintendent’s office representative labels THHS issues with IAP Jahoda “Fake News.” The Classic responds in a letter to the Mayor, Chancellor, and Superintendent

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    Ilsa CowenMar 17, 2017 at 9:59 am

    As a retired advisor to The Classic, I congratulate you for your superb reporting and your eloquent response to the charge of disseminating “fake news”! Your carefully sourced articles, repeated attempts to elicit responses from Interim Acting Principal Jahoda, and live videos constitute powerful proof that your responsible, timely, and very important journalism is most certainly not “fake news”!

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    Barbara K.Mar 9, 2017 at 7:15 pm

    Kudos to you and your fine work. I am a teacher in a DOE Manhattan high school and I can confirm the DOE’s inscrutability and disregard of the school community when it comes to choosing principals. The C-30 process is a rubber stamp in the classic interpretation of the phrase; you are to be admired for opening it to greater public scruity. May you prevail in obtaining a principal who deserves such excellent students.

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    Jennifer WollockMar 9, 2017 at 12:37 pm

    Dear Editors,
    Your work is excellent and I’m glad you are standing tall.
    I am the daughter of an alumnus (L. E. Goodman, who graduated in 1934).
    If I can be helpful in any way, please let me know.

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