So, the chancellor asks for his child to be transferred into an out-of-bounds school that has no availability and voila! It happens.
While the chancellor apologizes.
And his boss, the deputy mayor for education, resigns.
Back in the ancient times of 2017, there was this.
Now it’s 2018, and there’s another chancellor with another lottery scandal, so of course there are lots of questions, including (courtesy of Ward 8 schools advocate Michael Grier)
Why fire teachers, principals, and other school staff when your leaders are not following school or district policy and why have IMPACT for teachers and principals when your chancellor and deputy mayor for education are not following policy?
(Oh, and when can we have that lottery audit?)
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