Check out these sound bites from different news sources covering the Board meeting yesterday:
"We need the parents to have the
right to speak what they want from their communities. Why should you
decide? You never even come and visit! What? Are you afraid to?" (Holmes teacher Daisy Sharp)
Blogger Alexander Russo discusses what Huberman is up against in his new role, and describes the strengths and weaknesses of Huberman and rival contender Barbara Eason-Watkins, who he refers to as the "sentimental favorite."
"I'm sorry Watkins wasn't named CEO," said longtime parent activist
Wanda Hopkins, who attended the meeting to lobby against school
closings. "Maybe then we'd have a better chance."...
Huberman booed, Watkins cheered Catalyst
“I’m getting a University of Chicago masters on Chicago’s dime. Then,
after I get it, you’re going to tell me to get out!” says Daisy Sharp,
who teaches, math, language arts and social studies at Oliver Wendell
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