MASS EXODUS AT CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS... Now I have confirmed that CPS CEO Janice Jackson is leaving Chicago Public Schools. Also, Chief Education Officer LaTanya McDade previously announced she is leaving. Also, chief operating officer Arnie Riveria is going...
Janice Jackson was an Emanuel appointee that fought to keep cops in schools, routinely fought against @CTULocal1 and all the staff that strive to make Chicago schools better, and cronies like her are the exact reason we need an elected school board that will fight for our kids! https://t.co/5mRBujLKvfhttps://t.co/d24ndbf3p3
I wrote about vacancies in the Mayor's Office around police reform for this week's issue of Crain's. Now Lightfoot has the dual challenge of bolstering leadership at Chicago Public Schools: https://t.co/qz9UTvSHtUhttps://t.co/vBaCANKHl1 via @crainschicago
@royalpratt@chicagotribune good ridance! Can we have a CEO who values Chicago's future! Cost savings of cutting sped services and schools only puts further cost to our city as a whole. Don't underfund education! You only create social problems! @chicagosmayor Please @JoeBiden Do not hire Janice Jackson!!!
Chicago schools chief Janice Jackson will step down, along with chief operating officer Arne Rivera.
After the departure of LaTanya McDade earlier this year, that means there are now multiple vacancies at the head of Chicago Public Schools
NEW: Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson is stepping down after more than three years leading the school district, part of a mass exodus of top officials that also includes COO Arnie Rivera and Chief Education Officer LaTanya McDade. https://t.co/9JTZY4MFF9
Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson announces she's leaving at the end of June: "While I feel there is still more work to be done in CPS, I also believe it is time to pass the torch to new leadership for the next chapter." https://t.co/7TsqPsx2ff
I asked Janice Jackson in March how long she'd stick around at CPS. Insiders had privately suggested she and other top leaders would leave
"I don't have a timeline on anything. I'm here for the district, and as long as I'm here, I'm going to continue to do...an exceptional job."
The outgoing supe steered the district through #COVID19 and a 2019 teachers strike…
Could be written about @AustinLASchools, but it's not: it's @ChiPubSchool's Janice Jackson. NYC, #LAUSD, Chicago all churning through supes this year. https://t.co/d7SblTvxfB #edchat
Now that Janice Jackson is out at CEO, we’re not crazy to speculate that David Brown is next right? At some point he’s going to get tired of being the water boy holding someone else’s water and getting splashed. He’s also been ineffective!
Chicago has been blessed to have @janicejackson at CPS. Student, parent, teacher, principal, CEO and now parent of a CPS neighborhood school student. Thanks for your service Janice. Chicago owes you.
@ChiPubSchools@MaryAnnAhernNBC@janicejackson Not before she got her pension bump raise in 12/20 “Chicago schools chief Janice Jackson gets $40,000 raise
School board President Miguel del Valle said he and other members “unanimously and vigorously decided to make an adjustment” to Jackson’s salary.”
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