CPS executive will head Florida district
Sep 14, 2011 2:50:00 PM - chicagotribune.com
A Chicago Public Schools executive who was once the district's chief administrative officer and was most recently appointed the Board of Education's chief of staff has been selected as the new superintendent of a school district in Florida. Robert Runcie, 50, was in the top ranks of CPS leadership under former schools CEO Ron Huberman. In December 2010, after Huberman left the district, Runcie became a chief area officer, heading a network of schools, and his name was floated around at one point as a possible choice for interim superintendent and then as a possible schools chief under Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
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