Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Chancellor Richard Carranza Is Simply Cleaning House AT Tweed
Susan Edelman and The New York Post have a series of articles that question Chancellor Carranza's staff shakeup at the DOE. While I may not agree with the Chancellor's choices or the consultants he selected foe his ill-advised diversity programs, he has every right to choose the people and programs he feels most comfortable with running the DOE. Considering that the DOE was toxic when it came to the classroom, any change is welcomed. Is Chancdllor Richard Carranza a racist? I don't think so.
All the high level executives at Tweed that he demoted were hired by Joel Klein and are part of the Bloomberg policymakers that are toxic to students and teachers, As far as I am concerned, this "spring cleaning" is long overdue and should have been done by Carmen Farina.
It's about time that somebody started to get rid of many of the Bloomberg era administrators at Tweed and maybe the teachers in the trenches will see the DOE as a collaborator rather than the enemy of the classroom.