Good morning. Just about two hours ago we unsuccessfully completed negotiations on the proposed … Read more about unsuccessfully completed negotiations on the proposed five year successor contract with the school department.
eBulletin archives for April 2012
It seems the school department's two-year old reorganization plan has led to a few problems in the … Read more about SPED Reorganization Created Problem
A reading passage included this week in one of New York's standardized English tests has become the … Read more about Sandardized Testing in the News: The Tortoise and the Hare Becomes The Hare and the Pineapple
From the April 16 New York Times:"New York City is filled with schools marked twice over for … Read more about Education in the News: What Happens To Schools as They Wait to Be Closed…”Slowly Bleeding Out?”
Massachusetts schools are on the right track. Working together, educators, parents and students have … Read more about Sign the Pledge! Massachusetts Schools Are On the Right Track!
Good evening. Wishing everyone a Happy Easter and a Happy Passover. This morning more than 800 … Read more about This morning more than 800 students from 50+ BPS crammed our three halls to compete in t math competition3 800 Students Get Ready to Begin . he first-ever citywide math competition.
We are saddened to report the passing of Richard Arisian, a retired teacher from Hyde Park and … Read more about Richard Arisian
We hope you have had a Happy Easter and Happy Passover. Last Thursday we held the first … Read more about Last Thursday we held the first ever citywide math competition at the BTU.