(Update: Deasy now tells The Times he hasn’t actually resigned, but will make an announcement after his formal evaluation next Tuesday)
The Los Angeles Times reports that Los Angeles Schools Superintendent John Deasy has resigned, effective in February. Our Superintendent, Jonathan Raymond, also just resigned, effective next month.
So, now, two Superintendents out of the eight who have brought the debacle of the NCLB waiver two months ago have resigned mid-year (see The Best Posts & Articles On The NCLB Waiver Given To Eight California School Districts (Including Ours)).
And let’s not forget another fiasco that Deasy is leaving for his successor to clean-up — see A Very Beginning List Of The Best Articles On The iPad Debacle In Los Angeles Schools.