Tomorrow, 1/6, we will hold our first mediation session with the Boston School Department. There are … Read more about Mediation Begins
eBulletin archives for June 2012
Open Letter to STAND for Children: "We represent organizations across Massachusetts, including … Read more about Community Groups Call Out STAND Hypocrisy
The big national story was of course, the failed recall effort in Wisconsin. At least as important … Read more about Scott Walker Wins; Two Cities in California Follow Lead
From the Globe In a small, ground-floor classroom packed with learning activities and restless … Read more about Educators in the News: Good News from the O’Donnell School
New state regulations on performance evaluation have kicked in, and while negotiations are not yet … Read more about Performance Evaluation: How will the new state regs affect you?
1300 Students and Their Families Have to Re-Shuffle After-School Plans On Thursday of last week, … Read more about With Little Notice to Parents, School District Cuts Back Extended Day at Timilty and Umana for Upcoming School Year
"A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) provides one of the first … Read more about From the Shanker Institute: Do Charter Schools Serve Fewer Education Students?
Mass Teacher Association President Paul Toner joined Boston City Councilor John Connolly and Mass … Read more about Seniority Discussion on Emily Rooney Show
On working together....One issue the mediator mentioned last week is what restrictions both sides … Read more about Working Together w/o Using the Media as a Bludgeon