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Mr. Christopher D. Cerf

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"Awareness is a necessary first step ...
www.courierpostonline.com, 3 Oct 2012 [cached]
"Awareness is a necessary first step to taking actions to create safer learning environments for our students," said New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner Christopher Cerf.
Civic League
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Letter to Commissioner Christopher D. Cerf in regards to the "Tikun Olam Language Charter High School"
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Christopher D. Cerf Acting Commissioner New Jersey Department of Education 100 River View Plaza PO Box 500 Trenton, NJ 08625
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Letter to Commissioner Christopher D. Cerf in regards to the "Tikun Olam Language Charter High School"
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Chris Cerf's Rescue of Perth ...
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Chris Cerf's Rescue of Perth Amboy Superintendent Gives Mediation a Chance
Star-Ledger Editorial Board | The Star-Ledger 05/11/12
It was a relief when acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf came to the rescue of Perth Amboy's embattled superintendent, Janine Caffrey, by reinstating her to her job.
Chris ...
www.educationequalityproject.com, 26 July 2011 [cached]
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Christopher D. Cerf
Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Education
Director, EEP Board
Christopher Cerf is currently CEO of Sangari Education, which offers innovative education programming to over 500,000 students worldwide. He previously served as senior campaign advisor to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Between 2004 and 2009, he was Deputy Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education where his portfolio included organizational strategy, external relations (press, communications, politics, etc.), innovation and R&D, and all aspects of human capital. In that capacity, he oversaw labor relations and all matters pertaining to recruiting, supporting, developing and evaluating the nearly 80,000 teachers and 1450 principals who work in the DOE. Previously, he was a partner in the Public Private Strategy Group, which advises school districts pursuing comprehensive reform strategies. In that role, he served for a year as New York City Chancellor Joel Klein's Chief Advisor on Transformation. As part of that effort, he built and managed a team of external experts and internal managers charged with (1) re-visioning the financial and organizational structure of the nation's largest school district (1450 schools, serving 1.1 million children with an annual operating budget of $20 billion) and (2) working closely with the same team to implement the new design.
Mr. Cerf served for eight years as the President and Chief Operating Officer of Edison Schools, Inc., the nation's largest private-sector manager of public schools, operating 150 schools in 19 states and providing other educational services in an additional 700 schools in both the U.S. and Great Britain. He earlier served as Associate Counsel to President Clinton and as a partner in two Washington, D.C., law firms. Mr. Cerf is a graduate of Amherst College and Columbia Law School, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review, and served as a law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Prior to attending law school, he spent four years as a high school history teacher in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Cerf graduated from the Broad Urban Superintendents Academy in 2004.
Whittle and Cerf in the ...
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Whittle and Cerf in the transaction and because some of our directors and executive officers will have economic interests in Edison following the merger through their ownership of Shakespeare.
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Mr. Whittle and Mr. Cerf have interests that differ from those of other Edison stockholders because, among other things, they will receive equity interests in Shakespeare and will have employment agreements with Edison following the merger.
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Whittle and Cerf), who collectively beneficially own shares of Edison common stock entitled to cast 15.3 million votes or 22% of the voting power outstanding as of August 5, 2003, have indicated their intention to vote their shares in favor of the merger.
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These directors and executive officers are John B. Balousek, Mr. Cerf, Joan Ganz Cooney, Charles J. Delaney, Benno C. Schmidt, Jr. and Mr. Whittle.
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- approximately 22.22% of the contingent Series B common shares will be owned by Mr. Cerf and approximately 77.78% will be issuable to other management members who have not yet been determined; and
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- Mr. Whittle and the other management members (including Mr. Cerf) will own contingent shares (vesting ratably over a period of 60 months) that will potentially represent the right to receive up to 10.5% and 9%, respectively, of the residual distributions of Shakespeare after priority distributions to senior shares, including distributions to senior holders of their capital contributions plus a preferred return and in the case of Mr. Whittle's contingent shares, distributions related to the contingent shares held by Mr. Cerf and other management members, subject to significant additional dilution and certain other contingencies as further described beginning on page 61 in "Special Factors -- Post-Closing Arrangements Among Liberty Partners and the Management Members" and beginning on page 19 in "Special Factors -- Capitalization"; and
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- Mr. Whittle and the other management members (including Mr. Cerf) will own contingent shares (vesting ratably over a period of 60 months) that will potentially represent the right to receive up to 10.5% and 9%, respectively, of the residual distributions of Shakespeare after priority distributions to senior shares, including distributions to senior holders of their capital contributions plus a preferred return and in the case of Mr. Whittle's contingent shares, distributions related to the contingent shares held by Mr. Cerf and other management members, subject to significant additional dilution and certain other contingencies as further described beginning on page 61 in "Special Factors -- Post-Closing Arrangements Among Liberty Partners and the Management Members" and beginning on page 19 in "Special Factors -- Capitalization"; and
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The board of directors of Edison after the completion of the merger will include three of Edison's current directors, Mr. Whittle, Mr. Cerf and Benno C. Schmidt, Jr., and four affiliates of Liberty Partners, Peter E. Bennett, Michael S. Levine, Yvonne V. Marsh and G. Michael Stakias.
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Whittle and Cerf and potentially other management members that will become effective upon completion of the merger.
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Series B common shares - Mr. Cerf
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Mr. Whittle and Mr. Cerf discussed various alternatives with the board of directors.
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In December 2002 and January 2003, Mr. Whittle discussed with Mr. Cerf financial advisers who could assist in evaluating the feasibility of and in implementing a going-private transaction.
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At each of these meetings, Mr. Whittle and either or both of Mr. Cerf and John Chubb, Edison's chief education officer, were present.
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Whittle and Cerf and other members of Edison's executive management.
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Whittle and Cerf (these projections, which were the same as were presented by Bear Stearns to Liberty Partners and the other financial sponsors considered by Bear Stearns before Mr. Whittle selected Liberty Partners, are referred to in this proxy statement as the "Plan Case" projections).
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Whittle and Cerf provided Evercore with a draft of three additional sets of projections based on different assumptions, with a final version being delivered to Evercore on July 11, 2003.
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Immediately following the meeting of the special committee, the board of directors held a special meeting, with Mr. Whittle and Mr. Cerf recused due to their participation in the transaction and Reverend Flake absent due to a scheduling conflict.
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The merger agreement and the merger were approved by the members of Edison's board of directors, with Mr. Whittle and Mr. Cerf recused due to their participation in the transaction and Reverend Flake absent due to a scheduling conflict.
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Whittle and Cerf in connection with the evaluation of a potential transaction involving Edison.
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Christopher D. Cerf
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The board of directors of Edison after the completion of the merger will include three of Edison's current directors, Mr. Whittle, Mr. Cerf and Benno C. Schmidt, Jr., and four affiliates of Liberty Partners, Peter E. Bennett, Michael S. Levine, Yvonne V. Marsh and G. Michael Stakias.
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Agreements with Mr. Cerf.Mr. Cerf will continue as president and chief operating officer of Edison and a member of Edison's board of directors following the merger.Shakespeare and Mr. Cerf have agreed that Mr. Cerf will be issued 20,000 Series B common shares of Shakespeare upon the consummation of the merger.In addition, Shakespeare and Mr. Cerf have agreed to extend Mr. Cerf's existing employment agreement with Edison for a period of one year following the consummation of the merger, on the same terms and conditions described below.Pursuant to his current employment agreement with Edison, Mr. Cerf is entitled to a minimum annual base salary of $295,000 and is eligible for an annual bonus of up to 150% of his base salary.
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In addition to the 20,000 Series B common shares of Shakespeare that Shakespeare anticipates issuing to Mr. Cerf (as described above), Shakespeare contemplates issuing up to 70,000 Series B common shares of Shakespeare to other senior members of Edison's management who have not yet been determined.
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- Mr. Cerf will be issued 20,000 Series B common shares which vest ratably over 60 months. - other members of Edison's management, excluding Messrs.Whittle and Cerf, will be issued 70,000 Series B common shares which vest ratably over 60 months.
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Employment Arrangement with Mr. Cerf.For a description of this arrangement, see "-- Interests of Certain Persons in the Merger -- Agreements with Mr. Cerf."
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Immediately after the merger, the Edison board of directors will consist of seven members, including the following current members of Edison's board: Mr. Schmidt who will continue to be chairman of the board, Mr. Whittle and Mr. Cerf; and four affiliates of Liberty Partners: Peter E. Bennett, Michael S. Levine, Yvonne V. Marsh and G. Michael Stakias.
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Additionally, Mr. Cerf and Shakespeare have a verbal agreement to extend Mr. Cerf's existing employment agreement with Edison for a period of one year following the consummation of the merger, on the same terms and conditions that exist today.
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Except as set forth below, none of Shakespeare, Shakespeare Acquisition Corporation, Liberty Partners, Mr. Whittle and Mr. Cerf has purchased any shares of Edison common stock during the past two years.
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Christopher D. Cerf President, Chief Operating Officer and Director
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Christopher D. Cerf has served as president since July 2002 and as chief operating officer since May 1999.He has also served as a director since November 2000.He also served as our general counsel from June 1997 to April 2000.Prior to joining us, he was a partner in the law firm of Wiley, Rein and Fielding from 1991 to 1994 and from May 1996 to May 1997.Between 1994 and May 1996, he served in the White House as Associate Counsel to the President.Mr. Cerf is also a former high school history teacher.
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Christopher D. Cerf has served as president since July 2002 and as chief operating officer since May 1999.He has also served as a director since November 2000.He also served as our general counsel from June 1997 to April 2000.Prior to joining us, he was a partner in the law firm of Wiley, Rein an
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