All day today, Tuesday, March 8 at the State House, there will be a public hearing on whether or not … Read more about MA Legislative Hearing on Collective Bargaining Rights for Public Employees for Health Insurance
eBulletin archives for March 2011
The New York Times ran a nice piece on how the teacher bashing around the country has … Read more about Teacher Bashing: It’s All the Rage
Last week the superintendent once again had her PR team write a mid-term report for BPS staff that … Read more about Superintendent a No-Show at Negotiations, Continues to Spread Outdated Misinformation. Why?
"I am a special education teacher. My students have learning disabilities ranging from autism and … Read more about See the New York Times Piece entitled “Confessions of a ‘Bad’ Teacher”
Our school system has a myriad of problems that ought to command the superintendent's attention, … Read more about Superintendent’s Attention Could Be Better Directed; Many District Problems Need to be Solved
Speaking of the loss of school dollars...The Boston School Department is sponsoring a series of … Read more about BPS March Budget Hearings
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie takes on the teachers' union...This is truly a good read from the … Read more about Politics and Education: a Combustible Mix in N.J.
Since we last wrote, the situation in Madison has come to a standstill as Wisconsin's Governor Scott … Read more about Rally in Support of Wisconsin Public Sector Unions
Mitchell D. Chester, commissioner of the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education … Read more about MA DESE Commissioner Endorses Ten New Charter Schools in Boston