There has been a lot of back and forth (see Globe report) over the last week about the district's … Read more about PTPP on Hold While 125 Permanent, Excessed Teachers Await Placement
eBulletin archives for June 2014
Considering the daily barrage of casino noise in Massachusetts, two different pieces caught our eye … Read more about On Gambling: Have Casinos Peaked? Is Gambling an Unfair Way to Raise Revenue?
The Boston Foundation last week released a report it commissioned touting autonomy first and … Read more about Boston Foundation Releases Report Touting Autonomy. Co-Author Has Contract with School Department to Support Autonomous Schools
A message from AFT President Randi Weingarten: "On Tuesday morning, teachers across California … Read more about AFT President Weingarten on the Vergara Ruling
From the New York Times, "Common Core, in 9-Year Old Eyes:" "He could have written about the green … Read more about Common Flaw or Common Core?
Commissioner Uses Forum on Good Teaching Practices to Take a Cheap Shot Against Good TeachersAt an … Read more about Cheap Shot By Mass Education Commissioner
Give Boston Credit for its Growth: The Massachusetts State Board of Education will be taking an … Read more about We Need Your Help to Manage Charter Growth
Here's a good piece from Politico: "As the two big national teachers unions prepare for … Read more about Teachers’ Unions Struggling Amidst Attacks and Desertion from Former Allies
Give us 30 seconds. This week the state Senate is poised to vote on charter school legislation that … Read more about Let’s Keep the Cap on Charter Growth