Good morning and welcome back to another exciting, new school year! The opening schedule is a bit … Read more about Welcome back to school!
eBulletin archives for August 2013
The story by John Merrow that no newspaper would print: "Michelle Rhee lobbies across the country … Read more about Michelle Rhee, Hypocrite
A brave New York City principal has stood up against excessive testing. An article in the New York … Read more about Brave Principal Criticizes Expansion of Standardized Testing
We are glad to pass this along: Our team of researchers at Boston University is conducting a … Read more about BU Study Looking for Participants in Understanding Effects of Marathon Bombing on Students
From the New York Times, "Cyberschools Grow, Fueling New Concerns:" "The number of full-time … Read more about Education in the News: Online Schools in Texas
This September the first day of school for children, Thursday, September 5, falls on Rosh Hashanah, … Read more about Change in Schedule for Start of 2013-14 School Year
The BTU is coming to your neighborhood to meet with BTU members to talk politics. What do candidates … Read more about The BTU is coming to your neighborhood: Real Teachers. Real Talk.
Is your school or team engaged in an interesting professional learning project? The new Professional … Read more about New BTU-BPS Professional Learning Initiative Wants to Hear About Your Work
We are fed a daily drivel in the media about charters. Charters do this, charters do that. No one … Read more about Suffolk University/Boston Herald Poll Shows Surprising(?) Results