The New York Times reports that the newly-elected mayor of New York would rather fix troubled … Read more about NYC’s De Blasio: Fix Schools, Don’t Close Them
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Valerie Strauss blogs in the Washington Post in "Answer Sheet." Last week she wrote about what it … Read more about What it Means to Be a Public School Educator Today
Our "News Item of the Week" for today comes from the Boston Globe: Rate surpasses other … Read more about Charter schools suspend more than traditional schools
We thank our veterans for their service. Free lunches were all the rage last week as insurance … Read more about There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch!
Please send an email TODAY via the MTA website to let state education officials know you oppose the … Read more about Resistance to More Testing Grows While DESE Considers Linking Relicensure to Student Test Scores and/or Your Evaluation
When does this year's salary increase take place? A 3% salary increase for all BTU members … Read more about Get to Know Your BTU-Negotiated Benefits!
See the following new DESE memo from Paul J. Aguiar, the director of the DESE Office of English … Read more about DESE on RETELL Guidelines; New Extension