Haven't the children of those schools suffered enough already? https://t.co/u3oYjdYrKH
— Angela.Kay (@DeepSouthProud) June 29, 2016
Twitchy regular and Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson has a new gig now that he’s lost his race for mayor of Baltimore — he’s just been appointed to the cabinet level position of interim director of human capital for the Baltimore City Public School System (basically the district’s human resources department):
— The Baltimore Sun (@baltimoresun) June 29, 2016
So, he’s the guy who gets to hire the teachers?
Mckesson was named interim chief human capital officer on Tuesday by incoming schools CEO Sonja Santelises. It was the second and most high-profile cabinet appointment made by the new chief, who begins her tenure Friday.
Santelises said Mckesson, who spent about two and a half years overseeing key reforms as a strategist and special assistant in the human capital office, would lead the office at least through the fall.
“He has the depth of knowledge of the system, and he has proved that he can lift the work in a short amount of time,” Santelises said in an interview. “And he has proven his dedication to the children of Baltimore.”
And his salary:
— Bossip (@Bossip) June 29, 2016