Bronx Superintendent Fired for Not Doing “Wakanda” Salute

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A vet­er­an Bronx super­in­ten­dent once praised by Chan­cel­lor Richard Car­ran­za for her suc­cess­es in the class­room claims her career was derailed by his “equi­ty” agen­da — forc­ing her to take a demo­tion in a des­per­ate bid to pre­serve her pen­sion, accord­ing to a $150 mil­lion lawsuit.

Karen Ames, a 30-year Depart­ment of Edu­ca­tion employ­ee, says she was tar­get­ed by Carranza’s “Dis­rupt and Dis­man­tle” cam­paign to oust or mar­gin­al­ize long­time employ­ees because she is over 40, and Jewish.

“The agen­da of Chan­cel­lor Car­ran­za and his senior lead­er­ship team was euphemisti­cal­ly tout­ed as an ‘equi­ty plat­form’ but in real­i­ty, it was a plat­form used …


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