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UFT Executive Board Takeaway - It was remarkable to once again see CPE 1 out in force trying to save their school. Can you imagine what the school system would look like if we were all ...
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Detroit Public Schools emergency manager Darnell Earley, facing an onslaught of criticism over dilapidated schools and his role in the Flint water crisis, announced Tuesday that he’s leaving his job Feb. 29.Gov. Rick Snyder said he will appoint a transition leader by the end of the month.The surprise announcement came just two days before a Senate committee hearing on controversial legislation to bring changes to the 46,000-student district. It also heightened some officials’ concerns about the district’s stability.Earley, 64, has led DPS since January 2015. He was expected to stay with the district until June under an 18-month time frame outlined in the state’s emergency manager law. But some lawmakers viewed his presence as a barrier to moving forward with pending legislation that would create a debt-free DPS.In his resignation letter and in a news release from the governor’s office, Earley said he helped strengthen the district’s finances.“When I was appointed to this position, Gov. Snyder and I agreed that our goalDetroit Schools’ Darnell Earley Resigns; FBI Involved in Investigating Flint | deutsch29: