Deborah Delisle Resigns as Ohio Superintendent
COLUMBUS — March 15, 2011 — Deborah Delisle, Ohio's Superintendent of Schools since Fall 2008, was forced to resign March 15, following new appointments to the Ohio State Board of Education by Governor John Kasich.
To read Deborah Delisle's letter of resignation, click here.
A statement from Ohio Education Association President Patricia Frost-Brooks:
Deb Delisle served Ohio schools with integrity and energy, and she collaborated well with Ohio's elected leaders, as well as with all the education stakeholders, including OEA. She will be missed. Clearly,her forced resignation is another step in the Kasich administration's push for a pro-charter school, private school and voucher agenda at the expense of the 90% of students who attend our public schools.
The Ohio Education Association (ohea.org) represents 121,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals in Ohio's public schools, colleges and universities.
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