How did it go at your schools? (6) Comments
Sometimes it's the clerk,
or the programmer.
candidate recruited will be worth
an additional $6 or $7, up to a total grant of $2,500, says Jose
Alvarez, director of external affairs and LSC relations," according to
this new Catalyst story (Seeking 10,000 LSC candidates). (7) Comments
the Chicago Reader's Ben Jarovsky:
I'm still looking for board members to be
as tough with the mayor as they are with parents, teachers, and
students. Just once I'd like to hear a school official tell the mayor,
"We know change is hard to take, but we need that TIF money to educate
below for the press release and the resolution language itself.
Obama's back and forth about vouchers cost him the Buckeye State?
There's absolutely no real evidence of that.
Vallas events through NU's School of Education and Public
Policy: Paul Vallas
speaking on Monday 3/3 on "Public Education: The Quest for Equality"
and a Chicago Education Panel
Discussion with CPS teachers (among others) on Wednesday 3/5. (16) Comments
folks at the Community Media Workshop have news about a new / expanded
program to give kids books to take home and have for themselves,
something that as you may know many don't have. (3) Comments
Here is a
video clip of some of the event that I heard about from TSJ:
There are four other videos as well.
Of course, we already have a school or two that's single-sex and de
facto all-black. Right? (3) Comments
person was critically wounded in a shooting and a second was beaten
with a golf club as Crane Tech Prep Community School was letting out on
Chicago s West Side on Friday afternoon
"Ask dedicated and passionate
educators about their favorite aspect of teaching, and the answer is
always the same: the students. Every school day, there is small joy."
Some posts from other blogs that caught my eye. (4) Comments
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