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Henderson wants more than reform as her baby

As if Kaya Henderson doesn't have enough on her plate as the soon-to-be interim DCPS chancellor, she says she'd also like to get pregnant.

Henderson, 40, who says she is single but in a relationship, was telling Channel 4's Tom Sherwood Thursday that she was committed to moving D.C. schools ahead aggressively when she added:

"I'm going to have some babies some time very quickly and I want them to go to school here."

Interview is here.

By Bill Turque  | October 15, 2010; 1:25 PM ET
 
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At 40 years of age,
Henderson might adopt a baby instead --
or, perhaps, make a home
for a foster child.

just a thought.....
(I don't know her plans).

Posted by: honestpolicy | October 15, 2010 2:35 PM | Report abuse

Just what the children of DCPS need: another unwed woman having babies out of wedlock. Don't they see enough of that already?

Posted by: UrbanDweller | October 15, 2010 8:34 PM | Report abuse

UrbanDweller and honest policy,
Your comments are totally inappropriate. You both sound like George Bush.

If you want to make a political point on this subject you should have made this point:

In the name of sending her children to a DCPS school, Henderson will most likely enroll her kids to a school west of the park (or on Capitol Hill) just like what Rhee, Fenty and Reinoso have done.

And these "education reform leaders" can continue living in a different reality than the rest of the schools.

Posted by: letsbereal2 | October 15, 2010 9:39 PM | Report abuse

I am not making a political point here --

I am simply offering a healthy, beneficial,
caring and mature perspective
that is
sensible & pragmatic.

(as need may be)..... At 40 years of age,
Henderson might adopt a baby instead --
or, perhaps, make a home
for a foster child.

just a thought.....
(I don't know her plans).

Posted by: honestpolicy | October 15, 2010 10:12 PM | Report abuse

Kaya please don't get comfortable because if the people of the district have it you will be out also on Jan 2 ,2011 . So the priest fro Gtown that was your mentor that praying for you to get the position We the people or praying that we get. Someone with experience and that's not a clone of the Fool that resigned . Please understand your position

Posted by: Darksecrettt | October 16, 2010 12:40 AM | Report abuse

Kaya, if you have any babies, send them to private school. They will be offered a much richer curriculum than what we currently offer at DCPS, which is an opportunity to be prepped for the DC CAS.

Posted by: Nemessis | October 16, 2010 1:31 AM | Report abuse

letsbereal2: I made the point I wanted to make but I agree with your point as well.

Posted by: UrbanDweller | October 16, 2010 7:53 AM | Report abuse

The older she gets, the more liklier she may have a child with issues like Down Syndrome or other problems.

Not only that, but the older you get the less energy you have.

I hope she thinks this over carefully.

Posted by: jlp19 | October 16, 2010 7:33 PM | Report abuse

Reality TV has overtaken us...Whatever happened to saying "I'd rather not discuss that personal aspect of my life in public"???

Posted by: Concerned_Citizen2 | October 18, 2010 9:56 AM | Report abuse

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