The Miami schools chief who famously changed his mind about becoming New York City’s schools chancellor claimed “it’s never been about money,” but new documents show he was furious that the Big Apple wouldn’t chip in $24,000 a year to his retirement account. Miami Superintendent Alberto Carvalho told Rachel Lauter, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s chief...
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