The last thing our system needs is bad news. The news ought to be good: Boston is among the top … Read more about BPS in the News: Unfortunately
eBulletin archives for February 2012
Dr. Charles Basch Speaks at BTU About Link Between Childhood Health and the Achievement Gap On … Read more about Dr. Charles Basch Speaks at BTU About Link Between Childhood Health and the Achievement Gap
"A month ago an article in The New York Times looked at the new incentive program being used by the … Read more about Does Merit Pay Really Increase Teacher Retention?
At the end of last week the New York City school district released individual teacher and school … Read more about ducation in the News: New York City Releases Test Score Data for Individual Teachers; Bill Gates Responds as Do Many Others
We have been negotiating on the master contract since June 2010. We have made some, though limited, … Read more about TIF Grant to Dispense Millions When Agreement is Reached
Just how problematic has the school district's TIF Grant proposal become? District Misses … Read more about School District Asleep at Wheel and Makes Wrong Turn; Proposes 35% of Grant go to Administrative Overhead and “Consultants”
What to Do About Student Head Concussions The district in creating a new DRAFT policy on … Read more about What to Do About Student Head Concussions
In New York City, principals are allowed to join a union and that right gives them a protection of … Read more about News for Educators: NY Principals Speak Out on RTTT; Is Merit Pay an Incentive to Retain Teachers?