Thursday, March 27, 2008

Run While You Still Can 

DCPS Chancellor Rhee and the head of the D.C. teachers union George Parker held a meeting the other day to see how many teachers would be open to accepting early retirement. The answer - all of them:

"I think we would have the largest number of teachers we've ever had [retire]. I think you could say in the hundreds," Parker said. "We've gone through seven superintendents in 10 years. That is a lot of change to adjust to. A lot of them don't like the chancellor's approach."
The uncertainty, instability and change swirling around the traditional D.C. public schools can only help drive charter enrollment still higher. If you are a quality teacher looking to practice your profession in a quality environment please call Mary Robbins, Arts Partnership Director at the William E. Doar, Jr. Public Charter School for the Performing Arts at 202 269-4646.

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