Friday, December 8, 2006

Ding, Dong

Michele Cahill, a top adviser to Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein, has resigned and will return in January to the Carnegie Corporation of New York, where she worked before joining the Education Department in 2002. Ms. Cahill, as senior counselor for educational policy, was one of Mr. Klein’s most trusted aides and a driving force behind signature initiatives, including new programs for students most at risk of dropping out. NY Times

Old Kleinites never go away totally, but often find time to keep feeding at the trough as consultants. With stories coming out of St. Lous about A&M's role there, the recent NY Times article critical of the DOE (on Region 5's Supt. Cashin), and other revelations, is the Good Ship Lollipop taking on water?

1 comment:

  1. Well, they'll go away totally in two years, though Bloomie dreams of being Prez.

    Hopefully he'll run and drain GOP votes.


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