A Principal’s Reminisce
About the Book
An urban high school principal is confronted with three conferences that drive him to "affectionate nostalgia", similar situations that played out during his early youth in New York City. Those experiences set the stage for conflict resolution and decision making. Issues such as racism, religion, politics as well as poverty and their effect on education are brought to light. The moving memoir is warm, humorous and at times poignant and raw.
About the Author
Mr. Francisco is a product of New York City's West Side. Gil Francisco has been involved in education for thirty-seven years, as teacher, coach and administrator. His educational background includes a B.A. from Kansas Wesleyan University, Masters of Education from Wichita State University, Administrative Certifi cation From Columbia University Teacher's College and a he was a Doctoral Program Candidate ABD at New York University