tommy chang, boston superintendent of schools. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> alberto: absolutely, this is important and unique. you're taking to the airwaves after the show. how did this get all started? how this idea kind of become to fruition? >> i would say the first thing i knew coming into boston it was super important to outreach. especially to restore ethnic communities. i am the son of an immigrant parents to the united states and i know that how important it is for immigrants to have a voice in our schools so we have engaged in many communities -- we will start at this very special and innovative event. >> alberto: for disclosure have to look at the camera and the people now, i will be moderating so you and i will do this roadshow again except it will be on live television.on the local access channels. but it is different. how do you kind of view this as being different and unique? because it is a new approach. >> exactly so we are going to take many forms to reach out to parents. so on that day, parents can come to in pers
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