What's better to do when things haven't gotten better at a school and time is passing by: Changing a principal but leaving the staff intact or closing and turning around a whole school?
I'm hearing but haven't confirmed that, under pressure from the CAO, the principal at Price was removed and that the replacement (the AP) is now leaving as well. CAOs have also apparently been involved in getting principals at Nightingale and Marquette removed. Let us know if you know the details.
Meantime, Retired Principal tells us that there are 34 high schools on the list of possible turnarounds and 47 elementary schools, to be announced this month. CPS won't confirm any of this but maybe someone else can.