Saturday, November 1, 2008

Richard Mills Resigns


After hearing from an authoritative source, Ed Notes was out of the box 10 days ago with our report that NY State Ed Dept. head Richard Mills was going to resign. The story went public today that he will be leaving this June. Don't believe much of the newspaper crap about his achievements. He was awful. The contrast to his predecessor Thomas Sobol was striking.

Hot Rumor: Stick a Fork in Richard Mills?

Richard Mills, a contender for the most awful state ed commissioner one can find and certainly a horror for NY State which has one of the worst testing policies in the nation, may be on the way out. His is noted for such things as giving Joel Klein a waiver to be chancellor since he has no qualifications and for looking the other way as BloomKlein ran rampant over just about every state ed regulation and over the entire law giving the mayor power but not dictatorial power.

2 comments:

  1. This is the best news I've heard in a long while.

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  2. Maybe Mils thinks that he has escaped the trap set for him by Teachers4Action in the Adams case. The rat bastard still has to answer for abusing teachers caught in the illegal 3020a process with a set of corrupt arbitrators. The king has left the building, but the building will fall on top of him.

    Frunabulax

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