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A city Department of Education official and former high school principal will now head Stuyvesant HS, The Spectator reported on Saturday.

Seung Yu is the DOE’s senior executive director of the Office of Postsecondary Readiness.

Before taking that job in 2017, he was founding principal for seven years at the Academy for Software Engineering, a high school in Union Square.

Yu’s appointment comes as Stuyvesant grapples with how to handle the fall’s academic year amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The specialized high school’s previous principal, Eric Contreras, resigned on Friday.

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Boston Transit Agency Names New Safety Chief

BOSTON (AP) — A longtime Chicago public transit executive has been named chief of operational and construction safety for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, the Boston area's public transit agency, officials say.

Ronald L. Ester Jr. was appointed to the position of chief safety officer for the MBTA after more than 28 years with the Chicago Transit Authority, officials announced Tuesday.

“Ron has walked in the shoes of both the Chief Safety Officer and transit operations,” Steve Poftak, general manager of the MBTA, said in the statement. “This unique blend of experience will serve the MBTA well and help us deliver a best-in-class safety program.”

Ester will be responsible for “strategic policy development, management, and oversight of safety programs” officials said.

An MBTA Safety Panel report released in December found that “safety is not a priority” for the agency.

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