Here's the real re-org plan -- the "HuberPlan" was meant as satire and to help fill the time until this came out.
Runcie for Chief Admin Officer (replacing Hill Hammock). Arshele Stevens for CIO, Sarah Kremsner as newly created Chief Performance Officer, Antonio Ruiz for Deputy for Performance Management Technology. Pickens becomes acting COS for Michael Scott. Adam Case is acting COS to the CEO. Michael Shields for Public Safety (acting). Alan Anderson for Deputy CEO for Human Capital. Don Fraynd as Turnaround Czar (acting). No BEW, no Pedro, no Xavier, no Lach, not Ginger Reynolds, no....anyone. Check it out -- what do you think? PDF
"The new executive team will receive the portfolios of a number of
existing CPS departments with a mandate to streamline operations and
eliminate duplication and overlap, while preserving the classroom
programs and services critical to CPS’ core educational mission."
UPDATES & QUESTIONS: Ascencion's retirement is mentioned in the PDF. The press release version is in comments. What happens to Josh Edelman and the Office of New Schools? Note that further changes and budget cuts are promised in the weeks ahead. Emphasis on the budget cuts, right?
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