Management Principles and the Washington, DC Public Schools (A): Choosing a Chancellor

Leigh Hafrey and Cate Reavis
The business career of MIT Sloan alumnus Victor Reinoso took an unlikely turn when he became Deputy Mayor for Education in Washington, DC, in November 2006. Once in office, Reinoso took a series of steps to remedy the problems confronting the DC public schools (DCPS), including making a recommendation to then Washington, DC Mayor Adrian Fenty on who should be named the next chancellor of DCPS.
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