Good day and we hope all is well. A few items. The school district's negotiating team, which has … Read more about The school district’s negotiating team,
eBulletin archives for July 2012
In the last e-bulletin we reported that the school district had -- on the very last day of school -- … Read more about School Department Cuts Back Extended School Hours at 2 Schools Without Consulting or Alerting Families
NEW: BPS-BTU to Co-sponsor Workshop on New Evaluation System The BTU and the BPS will co-sponsor a … Read more about Performance Evaluation: How will the new state regs affect you?
Snowden High School, located near the Copley Library, is a highly sought after, well run, and … Read more about Collaboration is a two-way street. Or it should be.
The superintendent has been a no-show throughout the 26-month process and her second-in-command, … Read more about Superintendent Remains a No-Show; 2nd-in-Command No-Show As Well
From last week's Globe "In a ruling that could cost the Boston public schools about $2 million, a … Read more about School Department Slammed for Special Education Cuts District Policy led to Non-Compliance and Backlog of 3000 Cases
A new report from the Hamilton Project spells out the implications of the decline in the number of … Read more about Teaching Positions Lost = Loss in Students’ Future Earnings
erformance Evaluation Ratings Disparity in Turnaround Schools A review of teacher ratings … Read more about Performance Evaluation Ratings Disparity in Turnaround Schools
The school department has been silent on this issue. No apology for the inconvenience, no … Read more about School Department Silent on Impact of Decision