Huberman to stay in Chicago… for now…

Chicago Public Schools CEO denied reports that he will resign soon. That said, his future in Chicago with a new Mayor is uncertain. Speculation is that he will either resign before the Mayor’s transition next May, or he will be replaced after a new Mayor takes over. If Rahm Emanuel wins the election, it’s likely that he would try to get many of the reforms Arne Duncan started back in action. Chicago has gone from a national exemplar of portfolio management and school turnaround under Duncan, to a district overwhelmed by budget cuts, firings, union controversies, and mismanagement. It’s time to get the district back on track.

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