There was no particular moment when Harris Lirtzman decided to blow the whistle, and so close the door on his teaching career. A former deputy state comptroller, he had decided to give public school teaching a midcareer whirl. In 2009, he landed a job as
Helping Special Education Students, and Paying With His Career
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