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Amid outrage, SRC approves buyout

By Benjamin Herold on Aug 24, 2011 10:00 PM
Photo: Benjamin Herold

New District Acting Superintendent Leroy Nunery and SRC Chairman Robert Archie at Wednesday's SRC meeting.

by Benjamin Herold
for the Notebook,
WHYY/NewsWorks

Former Philadelphia schools superintendent Arlene Ackerman is gone, but the controversy surrounding her departure is far from over.

At a meeting on Wednesday full of vitriol, fury, and charges of racism, School Reform Commission (SRC) voted unanimously to approve a $905,000 buyout and related separation agreement.

The commissioners refused to comment, however, on what led to their decision to oust Ackerman just six months after granting her a one-year contract extension. They also declined to identify the anonymous donors who contributed $405,000 to her buyout package.

The separation agreement contains a "non-disparagement" provision in which both parties agree to not make comments about each other that are "malicious, wanton, or reckless in nature or...reasonably foreseeable to injure" their respective reputations.

The commissioners' silence was met with a barrage of insults and accusations. Numerous speakers, including longtime West Philadelphia community activist Novella Williams, denounced in inflammatory terms SRC Chairman Robert Archie, Mayor Michael Nutter, and others for their role in Ackerman's ouster.

"She deserved not to be lynched by three or four Black men," said Williams. Novella Williams at 8/25 SRC meeting

Speakers repeatedly used explosive language. One said scaling back Ackerman's Promise Academy initiative was "like turning hoses on little children." Others said the SRC "stole Dr. Ackerman's job" and that she was "was another Black woman beat up and trashed." Still others accused the SRC of "carrying the White man's water" and favoring "White racist supremacist unions" over African American contractors.

Some in the raucous crowd shouted down at least one speaker who didn't agree with them. 

Though Ackerman was not present at the meeting, she spoke extensively on the circumstances surrounding her ouster to two separate media outlets.

In an interview with Education Week, Ackerman identified two events that she says precipitated her demise: the imbroglio at Martin Luther King High during this year's Renaissance Schools matching process, and the furor that resulted when she found last-minute funding to restore full-day kindergarten as part of the District's ongoing budget crisis. 

Ackerman told Education Week that it was Mayor Nutter's idea to eliminate full-day kindergarten.

"I really didn't want to do it, I really didn't feel good about it," she said.

Asked about Ackerman's contention, District Chief Financial Officer Michael Masch was emphatic in his response.

"The entire gap-closing plan was developed by the management team here at the school District, and no one else," said Masch. 

Mark McDonald, the mayor's press secretary, declined to respond directly to Ackerman's comments in Education Week

“The mayor appreciates Dr. Ackerman’s service but he has no interest to respond to her emotional remarks,” he said.

In a separate interview with Fox 29 News, Ackerman said she wanted to keep her job, but that she was asked to leave.

"I was told that the SRC did not want to work with me anymore," she said. "That wasn't my choice."

McDonald disputed that claim, saying that a “meeting of the minds” between Ackerman and the SRC occurred "seven or eight weeks ago," and that the outcome of their discussion was a mutual agreement that Ackerman should resign.

“From then and until this week they attempted to work out the financial arrangements to achieve this mutually agreed upon goal,” he said.

The dozens of supporters who turned out for Wednesday's SRC meeting, however, echoed Ackerman's contention that '"politics" were her undoing.

"Her crime was that she did not kiss the rumps of the politicians," said attorney Leon Williams.

Multiple speakers called for the resignation of the current SRC commissioners, and several expressed dissatisfaction with the terms of Ackerman's separation agreement.

State Rep. W. Curtis Thomas of North Philadelphia said the lack of transparency surrounding the anonymous contributors to Ackerman's buyout fund was one reason he could not support the agreement.

W. Curtis Thomas"We must identify the private donors of this deal," said Thomas.

At the start of the meeting, all eyes were on Chairman Archie. His entrance to the auditorium at District headquarters was met with boos from many of those assembled.

"These are our children, not yours," yelled one audience member.

During brief opening remarks that lasted less than a minute, Archie said that he and his fellow commissioners are "committed to a smooth and successful school opening" despite "changes and challenges over the past weeks."

"Our main focus is the children," said Archie. "Going forward, we hope to put all the other distractions aside and focus on what is best for them and their futures."

After the vote, activist Venard Johnson repeatedly pressed the SRC to respond to the barrage of criticism.

New Acting Superintendent Leroy Nunery finally responded, telling Johnson, "We will meet."

Archie and his fellow commissioners rushed from the auditorium following the meeting, refusing to answer questions from media. School police officers blocked reporters' access to them.

Largely lost in the tumult was Nunery's attempt to introduce himself to the public, two days after he was tapped to replace his former boss.

Nunery described himself as a "God-fearing, intellectually curious, entrepreneurially minded, technologically able and pragmatic African-American man."

But for the former superintendent's supporters who dominated Wednesday's meeting, it was Ackerman's considerable shadow that defined Nunery.

"It just doesn't look right when somebody is lynched and her deputy winds up with her job," said Leon Williams.

Listen to Benjamin Herold's radio report on Wednesday's SRC meeting.

 

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Comments (53)

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 4:04 pm

I hope the Queen blabs about everything. Archie should be in jail for LOTS of reasons and Nunnery should not hold the Sup position. It's all a disgrace--Same, old, Same old.

Submitted by Audax (not verified) on August 24, 2011 4:19 pm

There are plenty of us who CAN support this buyout. There are those of us who remember South Philly and her handling of it, which conveniently escapes the memory of her supporters. There are those of us who remember we've got a $630million plus deficit right now, which she and her staff are responsible for.

I'm sick of the posturing, lynching comments, and the hints of violence from her supporters.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 6:14 pm

Yes, it's all bogus and convenient memory loss.

Submitted by Linda (not verified) on August 24, 2011 11:40 pm

thank you...it is good to know that some people are paying attention to the tax dollars that we school teachers who live in the city as tax payers are suffering from both ends of our paychecks!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 12:55 pm

How can this be a lynching? Isn't Ackerman being paid not to come to work? And isn't Ackerman accepting the terms? "Give me money or else, I really will show up...". Anyway, if this is a lynching, I wouldn't mind if we all could get one of these, I need the money! - unemployed teacher.

Submitted by K.R. Luebbert (not verified) on August 24, 2011 4:32 pm

I was there, and found the lynching comments very offensive. People who were lynched certainly did not ride out of town with an almost million dollar buyout! Her supporters forget the way she allowed the rights of the Asian students at South Philly to be violated, and that she created a fearful desperate environment that led to a huge cheating scandal.

Submitted by TR (not verified) on August 24, 2011 5:19 pm

100% right on! She made out big time, no wonder she is "at peace with it"!
But I am very suspicious of the private contributors. Why did they want her out so badly? There must be a lot more wrongdoings than we know.

Submitted by K.R. Luebbert (not verified) on August 24, 2011 5:58 pm

True, but her supporters were almost cult-like in their adoration! I, too, would like transparency on this whole deal.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 2:11 pm

There obviously is much more to this story. Lynching? Who gets "lynching" with money? Good ridden she is gone at any cost. The Queen demoralized the teachers, staff, and the parents. Never forget South Philly! Where was she then?
Where is she for ALL students, not just black children. Ackerman is certainly a racist. Shame on her and her supporters. Think beyond color and let these children learn.

To all teachers - I hope things work out for the better this school year and I will certainly support all your efforts.

Submitted by Anonymously (not verified) on August 24, 2011 5:05 pm

Well, at least all teacher placement issues are resolved and there will be a smooth start to the school year. Right?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 5:29 pm

The lynching comments are a little hard to take. I am so sorry this is becoming a race issue. Our district is in trouble, and Ackerman was not up to the job. It has nothing to do with her race.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 6:15 pm

No, but it has everything to do with color------------------GREEN.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 7:33 pm

Dr. Ackerman said her problems began with the Martin Luther King episode and ended with embarassing Mayor Nutter. If they were the reasons she was bought out then no one in power cared about the issues that "we the people" have been upset about. Is she out because she messed with Dwight Evans or because she didn't do a good job? I would like to know! I wanted her out but if the former is true - we have a lot of people who really don't care about our children or their education.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 7:49 pm

Start with Archie, Evans, Gamble, and Porter. Not an ouch of integrity among them. Maybe Nutter too. Maybe Nunnery too. They all should go--I agree and it's not even close.

Submitted by We Are Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 8:16 am

When the School District repeatedly lied about Audenried's performance in order to hand the school over to Kenny Gamble, Nunery didn't hesitate to lie repeatedly to the community in a public meeting. We really need to clean house.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 9:24 am

YEP---Gamble destroyed Vare and was it Peirce??? So he's given another shot. Sure makes sense to me. I TELL YOU TRUE----CHARTERS ARE THE BANE OF SOCIETY. AT LEAST, THE MONEY ANGLE FOR SURE, EVEN IF THEY HAPPEN TO EDUCATE SOME KIDS ALONG THE WAY, BY HAPPENSTANCE OR ACCIDENT. It's an incredibly easy way to make money for the crooks who are always looking for pigeons. We are those pigeons indirectly. By the way, NOBODY with an ounce of sense, doubts the above and not because that statement is profound but because we all know how corrupting easy money--WITH VERY LITTLE RISK---as in no deterrents--works. By the way again, the house of cards that is Mastery, will be collapsing soon--mark it down. Lots of questions coming to the runt who runs it.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 7:37 pm

Dr. Ackerman said her problems began with the Martin Luther King episode and ended with embarassing Mayor Nutter. If they were the reasons she was bought out then no one in power cared about the issues that "we the people" have been upset about. Is she out because she messed with Dwight Evans or because she didn't do a good job? I would like to know! I wanted her out but if the former is true - we have a lot of people who really don't care about our children or their education.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 7:10 pm

The same people demanding Ackerman was let go for her race are the same people who are demanding Archie be let go.

Is it because he's bald? You baldists! Let's all burn a newspaper!

Submitted by Annonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 7:48 pm

Ackerman's defenders profited off of contracts with the School District - Promise Academy "programs" were a windfall. Ultimately the biggest profiteer is Ackerman. She will have full health benefits, insurance, etc. for two years while leaving with nearly $1 Million. I hope Jerry Jordan remembers Ackerman's argument - a contract, is a contract is a contract. If Ackerman was allowed to "have" her contract, all the SDP unions should too.

Submitted by Linda (not verified) on August 24, 2011 11:57 pm

hahaha...baldists!!!..that's a good one...

Submitted by Shante (not verified) on August 25, 2011 1:13 pm

Baldists are the first people to lynch anyone. They're scary.

Submitted by tom-104 on August 24, 2011 9:32 pm

Trying to make Ackerman the victim in this circus is so ludicrous. I believe she was brought her for one objective, to advance the corporate agenda of her benefactors. You only need to look at the boards she serves on and her past history. Everything she has done was designed to undermine public education and advance the privatization agenda of the right-wing in this country.

One of her tactics has been to use the race card to advance her agenda. All you have to do is look at the video tribute she had made to herself and put on her YouTube site. Unfortunately, she has developed a cult, who I witnessed at today's SRC meeting, who think she is a continuation of the civil rights movement. She is not. She represents some of business community who are looking for the destruction of public education as a place to make a profit.

I hear she is not leaving town. I wonder if she is being paid even more by these business interests to stay around and continue the agenda of destroying public schools?

Submitted by Veteran of WPHS "Renaissance" (not verified) on August 25, 2011 12:16 am

I agree that Ackerman should not be seen as the victim. She deserved to be ousted for incompetence. As for her being a pawn of corporate interests, I don't know. She was following the dominant policy trend favoring divestment of public schools to private providers - but she was inconsistent about it (creating Promise Academies as in-district turn-arounds, albeit poorly planned). What is now fascinating is the fight among Blacks in the city. The group of people defending her so adamantly appear to be being used by certain Black politicians with a voucher agenda who have in their sights Nutter's defeat or at least his being weakened. This conflict within the Black community reflects long-standing tensions in Philadelphia between isolation and cooperation, though with new actors. The so called "activists," Mr. Johnson for example -- are petty entrepreneurs whose money spigot has been turned off with her departure and their anger is being used to spin conspiracy theories. It's too bad that it took her getting Nutter angry as the straw that finally broke the camel's back. There was plenty of reason to oust her earlier. Let's face it, she's out because she couldn't run the district responsibly or well. It's incompetence, people. Politics is the excuse.

Submitted by anonYmOUs TEACHer (not verified) on August 25, 2011 8:58 am

Thank you! I agree. Ackerman says she didn't play politics and that the evil politicians brought her down -- so why exactly is she now playing politics (setting up an outside web channel, encouraging supporters, etc.?) That's POLITICS! She made too many bad decisions, and she hated teachers (who should be the major voices in school reform) -- she deserved to be let go.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2011 10:59 pm

Interview with Dr. Arlene Ackerman

What follows is the first objective report of events surrounding the removal of Dr. Arlene Ackerman. This interview was conducted by Her Courtier, Sir Frederick Mercury.

SFM: Thank you, Your Highness. I think it is time we set the record straight. How are you feeling now that the dust has settled.

Queen: Cough, cough. I just want want to make sure that my healthcare goes through. For the kids.

SFM: So what happened?

Queen: I direct you to the history books. I was lynched. Plain and simple. My bosses merely held the rope.

SFM: (Examining her neck for sign of strangulation by rope.) Lynched? I see. Why?

Queen: I care about children. That is a crime. I get paid to care about children. That is obviously a crime. Who else cares about the children besides me?

SFM: Not a soul. Are you at peace?

Queen: (Laughing) Like I said, money can't buy happiness, but it CAN buy a woman some peace

SFM: What are your greatest achievements?

Queen: Raising test scores, raising deficits, people raising money for me to leave. Like Maya said, "I raise, I raise, I raise!"

SFM: Any regrets?

Queen: (Studying a menu from a Chinese Restaurant): Getting rid of La Greata was tough. She was turning that school around. Not getting rid of that white girl for good. That was a hard pill to swallow. Other that that? P-E-A-C-E out, Philly.

Submitted by Linda (not verified) on August 24, 2011 11:56 pm

Isn't it odd that none of her SUPPORTERS noted that AA got paid like the CEO of the companies we tax payers bailed out earlier in the year?....those big businesses all let the little people go, kept the higher ups and paid them the big bucks....sounds like education really is big business.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 7:00 am

Yes, because of Charters which is code for MONEY, easy money without any real accountability. That's what started Ackerman's downfall, she's right. Money talks and bullcrap walks.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 7:55 am

The extremists who made racial comments, false accusations, threats and shouted down other speakers should have been rebuked and ejected from that meeting. It was ridiculous that the SRC allowed that kind of behaavior to go on for so long.

Submitted by Geoffrey (not verified) on August 25, 2011 8:02 am

Leon Williams is a virulent homophobe. He used to call WHAT, ranting and raving about how the schools were trying to turn kids into homosexuals. Fraud.

Submitted by Linda (not verified) on August 25, 2011 12:07 pm

now Williams is as simple minded as some parents and students at my school claiming that teaching fender separate classes will make the kids gay....

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 9:50 am

Where ever she goes it never ends well...
Anyone who knows her history should have seen this coming the day she was hired.

http://articles.sfgate.com/2005-09-07/bay-area/17392646_1_school-board-p...
http://articles.sfgate.com/2005-09-06/bay-area/17391339_1_school-board-p...
http://edjustice.blogspot.com/2005/09/sf-schools-real-story-on.html

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 12:23 pm

Thank you for the links. Wow, those who forget history are bound to repeat it. Ackerman did not forget and this time around did it right. It was we the taxpayers of Philly (and anonymous donors!) that allowed the repeat.

Submitted by Linda (not verified) on August 25, 2011 1:08 pm

Part of this drama on 60 minutes or some simillar program a while back. I will forward this to my coworkers at my school. (posting it on the PFT board)...amazingly enough many of them don't even read the local paper and asked me at school just yesterday what all the "big fuss was with AA?"

As pft rep, I all but choked.

Submitted by K.R. Luebbert (not verified) on August 25, 2011 10:30 am

Ackerman is now on the radio, encouraging parents to leave Philly public schools, saying she will run seminars fro parents, disparaging Masch and Jordan, blaming everyone but herself--outrageous!
see @newskag @ParentsUnitedPA @teacherinphilly

Submitted by anonYmOUs TEACHer (not verified) on August 25, 2011 3:24 pm

I am outraged -- I thought I'd heard it all! Are you KIDDING me? Is she really telling people to leave Philly schools? After proclaiming only a few days ago that she's "all about the kids"? This is pathetically over the top, especially now as the school year is about to begin -- Ackerman is a veritable travesty ("a debased or grotesque likeness") of an educator!

Submitted by J Taylor (not verified) on August 27, 2011 10:46 am

I imagine that her commitment to the children will expire with her lease.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 10:39 am

http://edjustice.blogspot.com/2005/09/sf-schools-real-story-on.html

Where ever she goes it never ends well.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 3:57 pm

After reading this, it feels like Ground Hog Day! These are the EXACT same issues she left us with! Layoffs, pissing off mayors, unions, teachers etc. Why didn't ANYONE Google her before she was hired??? History has TRULY repeated itself & will continue to if she works ANYWHERE else!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 1:14 pm

check out what kristin graham is tweeting on twitter. About there is only 100 people to be called back from layoff list. Ackerman said "these are the kind of games they are playing" Also, she was told to put full day kindergarten on the layoff list so we would get more money for funding. It is all very interesting. She was interviewed on WURD radio this morning

Submitted by Raheem (not verified) on August 25, 2011 1:32 pm

All of these activists need to focus on improving their diet. I'm serious. They're all fat. They don't care about themselves, so how can I really believe that they care about anyone else?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 1:47 pm

I always thought that getting lynched meant to be executed without a trial. Ackerman walks away with nearly 1 million and these clueless clowns want to paint her as some sort of victim. Where were all these Crybaby Bigots when the Asian kids were being attacked by black kids down at South Philly High.

Submitted by Annonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 2:13 pm

I read 3 of Ackerman's PR friends have left. I wouldn't be surprised if they are working with her on the "Arlene is a Victim" tour. Ackerman is taking advantage of a very difficult situation. Rather than leaving quietly, Ackerman apparently has decided to continue her PR machine. If she continues to trash the SDP and advocate for vouchers, Ackerman is in the pocket of Rep. Williams and his financial backers. I'm not surprised - Arlene is an opportunist who has no problem lying when it is to her advantage. Her performance at the principals meeting last week was apparently just the beginning of her act.

Submitted by ANNOYED (not verified) on August 25, 2011 3:52 pm

Maybe she wants Duncan's job. Hollywood/Harrisburg- they both begin with H, maybe she is confused.

Submitted by Annonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 2:04 pm

I read 3 of Ackerman's PR friends have left. I wouldn't be surprised if they are working with her on the "Arlene is a Victim" tour. Ackerman is taking advantage of a very difficult situation. Rather than leaving quietly, Ackerman apparently has decided to continue her PR machine. If she continues to trash the SDP and advocate for vouchers, Ackerman is in the pocket of Rep. Williams and his financial backers. I'm not surprised - Arlene is an opportunist who has no problem lying when it is to her advantage. Her performance at the principals meeting last week was apparently just the beginning of her act.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 7:46 pm

Three members of the communications staff were let go along with Ackerman. They are running her PR show now. Check out the special YouTube page made for Dr. Ackerman, courtesy of the PR "pros": http://www.youtube.com/user/DrArleneAckerman.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 2:32 pm

Arlene Ackerman is a cancer upon the civilized world. Wherever she goes she causes disruption and kills any harmony already established.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 25, 2011 2:40 pm

Yes, she is the proverbial Wart on the Ass of Life, I agree, Gee, I wonder why she was brought here when everybody who can read, fully understood that.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 28, 2011 12:57 pm

Why can't Dr. Ackerman be more like Fresno County California's superintendent? Read about it here:

http://news.yahoo.com/school-superintendent-gives-800k-pay-150206667.html

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Some people give back to their community. Then there's Fresno County School Superintendent Larry Powell, who's really giving back. As in $800,000 — what would have been his compensation for the next three years.

Until his term expires in 2015, Powell will run 325 schools and 35 school districts with 195,000 students, all for less than a starting California teacher earns.

"How much do we need to keep accumulating?" asks Powell, 63. "There's no reason for me to keep stockpiling money."

Powell's generosity is more than just a gesture in a region with some of the nation's highest rates of unemployment. As he prepares for retirement, he wants to ensure that his pet projects survive California budget cuts. And the man who started his career as a high school civics teacher, who has made anti-bullying his mission, hopes his act of generosity will help restore faith in the government he once taught students to respect.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 28, 2011 3:07 pm

Ackerman should take note of this gesture...

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44305388/ns/us_news-giving/?gt1=43001#.TlqQj...

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 24, 2014 6:11 am

Archie said, our main focus is on the child, yes, everyone says, look to the future, we hope to put aside all other distractions and can focus on their future. blog

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