The quality of education being delivered varies across private and public schools. Supporters say the bill could give small districts some measure of financial stability. The SBOE acted after TSTA legislative liaison Lisa Dawn-Fisher and representatives of other educator groups explained the key issues and proposed solutions to the board’s Committee on School Initiatives.
C-SPAN’s 45-foot interactive bus visited West High School on Friday to discuss civic engagement and provide students with a unique opportunity to get close to the news. TSTA registered in support of Representative Bernal’s bill to create an endorsement for students who are enrolled in special education programs.
Although the rule language impacts Bilingual teachers, the greatest impact is on ESL teachers who, depending on the program implemented in the district, may be required to get the ESL Supplemental Certification. This is the law, enacted by the Legislature in 2017, which gives school districts additional state funds if they find partners, including charters, for struggling campuses.
Poor school management and an emphasis on standardized testing are two major complaints that spur teachers to leave. Here is a side-by-side comparison of the Senate and House versions of HB3 , the school finance bill. The April 15 performances mark the culmination of a city-wide tour that played more than 50 New York City Public schools this past year.
Wall to wall career academies and a transition program for ninth graders have helped create an environment at this Texas high school in which rigorous, relevant education, inside and outside of the classroom, is the norm for all students. Intermediate and final assessments are ensured to advance students to the next learning phase. The education establishment, including schools of education and textbook publishers, have largely pooh-poohedâ€ the idea of knowledge, observed panelist Sonja Santelises, chief executive officer of the Baltimore public schools.
The Senate budget bill, as filed, adds $2.4 billion to cover projected enrollment growth over the next two years, but also $6 billion above that to pay for increased teacher compensation and to offset whatever revenue is lost by any property tax reform measures that become law.
I mentioned that I’d spoken with teachers at such schools who told me that many students are, for example, unable to locate the United States on a map of the world or unaware the United States had a War of Independenceâ€”because the curriculum at their elementary and middle schools had narrowed to reading and math.
After years of working exclusively in New Orleans, KIPP, the prominent charter school network, was approved Monday to expand upriver to start three schools in Baton Rouge. The board also approved across-the-board raises for all school employees, calculated on 3 percent of the district’s mid-point salary, effective with the 2019-20 school year. The Texas Education Agency today provided school districts with information regarding the 2018-19 benefits approval process under SB1882.
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