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Ron Huberman

Chief Executive Officer

Chicago Public Schools

HQ Phone:  (773) 534-1100

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Chicago Public Schools

42 West Madison Street

Chicago, Illinois,60602

United States

Company Description

Chicago Public Schools is the nation's third-largest school district and the second largest employer in Illinois with more than 44,000 employees. With an enrollment of nearly 409,000 students served by more than 24,000 teachers at 655 schools, Chicago Public S...more

Background Information

Employment History

President

Chicago Transit Authority


Operating Executive

Prairie Capital L.P


Operating Executive

Chicago Growth Partners LLP


President

CTA Construction Co Inc


Chief of Staff

Vallas


Affiliations

Triumph Learning , LLC

Board Member


TeacherMatch

Executive Chair


Haights Cross Communications , Inc.

Board Member


AutoMessenger

Board Member


SchoolMessenger

Board Member


Civic Federation

Member


Rush University Medical Center

Board Member


Specialized Education Services , Reliance Communications

Board Member


Navman Wireless

Board Member


Adler Planetarium

Officio Trustee


The Renaissance Schools Fund

Board Member


BlogTopList

Board Member


Golden Apple Foundation

Board Member


Gender JUST GJ

Member


Caxy Inc

Board of Trustees


American Red Cross of Greater Chicago

Service Delivery Committee Member


Service Delivery Committee

Member


Student Voice Committees

Founder


Department of Transportation

Secretary


Operation Disruption

Founder


Lajuana Green

Secretary


U.S. Hispanics

Secretary of Education


U.S. Department of Education

Secretary


Caucus of Rank and File Educators

Member of the Steering Committee


Consortium on Reading Excellence Inc

Board Member


Illinois Education Foundation

Advisory Board Member


Education

AM degree

University of Chicago


BA

University of Wisconsin


MBA

Booth


MBA

University of Chicago Graduate School of Business


PhD degree

Electrical Engineering Department


Web References(182 Total References)


Esther J. Cepeda: Chicago

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Is heading the Chicago Public Schools so grinding, so arduous, that Ron Huberman couldn't hang in there a few months longer until the incoming mayor put someone new in place?
It may well be. Still, it seems criminal that he couldn't wait it out just a little while longer so that the Chicago school system wouldn't be forced to stop concentrating on education and staffing matters and instead deal with the uncertainty that the impending musical chairs will bring. Tags: alternative teacher certification programs, Chicago columnist, Chicago Public Schools CEO, Chicago Sun-Times columnist, CPS leader business executive or educator, expert on Hispanics, expert on Latinos, expert on U.S. Hispanics, expert on U.S. Latinos, Hispanic blogger, Hispanic bloggers, Hispanic columnist, Hispanic columnists, Hispanic writers, Huberman resigns from CPS, Knowledge is Power Program, Latina blogger, Latina bloggers, Latina columnist, Latina columnists, Latina writers, Latino blogger, Latino bloggers, Latino columnist, Latino columnists, Latino writers, Mayor Richard Daley, Ron Huberman, search for new CPS CEO, Sun-Times columnist, Teach for America KIPP, The Washington Post Writers Group, Washington Post Writers Group Columnist Tags: alternative teacher certification programs, Chicago columnist, Chicago Public Schools CEO, Chicago Sun-Times columnist, CPS leader business executive or educator, expert on Hispanics, expert on Latinos, expert on U.S. Hispanics, expert on U.S. Latinos, Hispanic blogger, Hispanic bloggers, Hispanic columnist, Hispanic columnists, Hispanic writers, Huberman resigns from CPS, Knowledge is Power Program, Latina blogger, Latina bloggers, Latina columnist, Latina columnists, Latina writers, Latino blogger, Latino bloggers, Latino columnist, Latino columnists, Latino writers, Mayor Richard Daley, Ron Huberman, search for new CPS CEO, Sun-Times columnist, Teach for America KIPP, The Washington Post Writers Group, Washington Post Writers Group Columnist All the same, the families occupying the field house are drinking bottled water, sleeping on inflatable mattresses and living in conditions that CPS CEO Ron Huberman has called ''unsafe'' and ''an accident waiting to happen.'' ''Keep in mind my background was head of emergency management. I know an unsafe situation when I see one,'' Huberman told WBEZ-FM (91.5). ''That is a small building. Robert Fioretti (2nd), Annazette Collins, Carol Moseley Braun, Chicago columnist, Chicago Mayor's race, Chicago Sun-Times columnist, Congressman Danny Davis, expert on Hispanics, expert on Latinos, expert on U.S. Hispanics, expert on U.S. Latinos, Gery Chico, Hispanic blogger, Hispanic bloggers, Hispanic columnist, Hispanic columnists, Hispanic writers, Jay Stone, Latina blogger, Latina bloggers, Latina columnist, Latina columnists, Latina writers, Latino blogger, Latino bloggers, Latino columnist, Latino columnists, Latino writers, Manny Flores, Miguel Del Valle, Ron Huberman, State Sen.


Esther J. Cepeda: 6 posts from December 2009

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Take Ron Huberman, the Chicago Public Schools chief, who is trying to maintain racial desegregation in selective-enrollment school classrooms by basing admissions in part on five socioeconomic measures, such as family income.
The courts have ruled he no longer can use race as a factor directly. At the same time, Huberman understands that the neediest of Chicago's needy aren't uniformly black, Hispanic, Asian or white. Tags: affirmative action, Chicago columnist, Chicago Public Schools selective enrollment schools, dropping out of college due to work committments, expert on Hispanics, expert on Latinos, expert on U.S. Hispanics, expert on U.S. Latinos, first generation college goers, first to go to college, Hispanic blogger, Hispanic bloggers, Hispanic columnist, Hispanic columnists, Hispanic writers, Huffington Post blogger, I Am Charlotte Simmons, income based affirmative action, Latina blogger, Latina bloggers, Latina columnist, Latina columnists, Latina writers, Latino blogger, Latino bloggers, Latino columnist, Latino columnists, Latino writers, Ron Huberman, Sun-Times columnist, Tom Wolfe


History - Mikva Challenge

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Ron Huberman, CEO of CPS, funds the Education Council recommendation to pilot Student Voice Committees in 5 CPS Schools.


About Haights Cross

www.triumphlearning.com [cached]

Ron Huberman
Ron Huberman is an Operating Executive with Chicago Growth Partners and Prairie Capital (two Chicago-based private equity firms). Ron began his 16-year career in Chicago city government as a police officer. He later served as Assistant Deputy Superintendent of Police, Executive Director of Emergency Management and Communications, Chief of Staff to Mayor Daley, President of the Chicago Transit Authority, and CEO/Superintendent of the Chicago Public School System. While serving at the Chicago Public Schools, he initiated sweeping reforms including on-line assessments of all students, new accountability measures and a first-of-its-kind student safety plan.


Report on the June 15 special meeting of the Chicago Board of Education - Substance News

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The meeting agenda included three resolutions presented by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ron Huberman: 1) the termination/dismissal of tenured and probationary appointed teachers because of the fiscal crisis; 2) the expectation that wage and salary increases for Fiscal Year 2011 will be funded; and 3) the issuance of a bank note borrowing not more than $800 million.
The meeting began at 10 A.M. with a report by CEO Ron Huberman. Once again, the event began with a presentation by Chicago schools Chief Executive Officer Ron Huberman, who said the financial situation was dire, and that the actions he was proposing were necessary. Matthew Johnson, of Chicago Parent Union, disagreed with Mr. Huberman's statement. ichael Brunson, a member of the Caucus of Rank and File Educators (CORE) steering committee and Recording-Secretary Elect of the CTU, said Mr. Huberman has called for shared stewardship and concessions. Clemente High School teacher Sara Echevarria (above) told the Board of Education members and Ron Huberman that they should be working to lower class sizes, not raise them. "If we have to terminate someone, maybe we should terminate Huberman, Daley." Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive Officer Ron Huberman (above, while Sara Echevarria was speaking) has been more and more quiet during the public participation portions of the Board meeting. Between January 2009 and December 2009, Huberman hired more than 40 individuals who had no experience in education and whose only qualifications were their relationships to him. CEO Huberman asked, "Why today? We're asking for authority to be able to take actions. This is what we're required to do by state law. According to Huberman, the three answers to the question "Why today? were: 1) The labor agreement. He said "tomorrow represents the day the Board must decide to fund the 4% raise. 2) Huberman said that the Board is required to present a balanced budget by August. Therefore, we are adopting this funding resolution. 3) We have schools beginning in early July, also in early August as well as September. CEO Huberman added that the State of Illinois solution to Chicago's $427 million deficit is currently being held up in the House and Senate. He said that we don't know if the bill will make it to the Governor's desk, and that he didn't know if Governor Quinn will sign it. In regard to layoffs, CEO Huberman said layoffs have occurred because of school actions that were before this Board earlier this year. In regard to the $800 million "Line of Credit" that is being sought, he said that state law says Chicago's schools must have a balanced budget. He described it as short-term borrowing. Huberman said that the $800 million will allow the Board to make payroll and will bridge the gap for lack of state payments. Huberman replied that the loan will be repaid as soon as Illinois pays CPS. CEO Huberman replied, "We will do nothing that will jeopardize the safety of the students,"and added, "We don't have an official budget because the governor has yet to sign it." CEO Huberman also saw the restoration of K-3 class size as more consequential. CEO Huberman replied, "We are preserving our options." CEO Huberman responded, "Our reserves will be gone." CEO Huberman then remarked to Board Member Dr. Tariq Butt that the Board is not voting on a budget today. So it seems as though Huberman and the BOE just want to fired a bunch of teachers for no good reason, or do they other plans for the $800,000,000 for something else?


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