By Mike DeBonis, Monday, May 9, 4:18 PM
The director of the District’s child welfare agency resigned Monday, ending his three-year tenure a week after a court-appointed monitor delivered a mixed review of the agency’s progress.
Roque R. Gerald’s resignation will be effective at month’s end, said agency spokeswoman Mindy Good.
“Although this was one of the most difficult decisions I’ve had to make in my professional life, it stems from a personal sense that I need to pursue new horizons,” Gerald wrote in an e-mail to his staff. FULL STORY
The Fed doesn't print enough Monopoly money in a year to get me to take a shitass job like that. Scrubbing toilets for $2 an hour would be more honorable.