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PWCS – Where Doing Nothing is World Class! | PWC Education Reform Blog

PWCS – Where Doing Nothing is World Class! | PWC Education Reform Blog:

PWCS – Where Doing Nothing is World Class!


So… PWCS has $2.7 million of “extra” revenue to play with.  What should they do?
A few years ago the school division deliberately decided to run class sizes up the state’s legal maximum so that they’d have money available for other priorities.  We now have classes in some high schools and middle schools with 35, or more, students. Teachers are overworked and are struggling keep up.  Maybe doing something about that would  be wise.
Chairman Johns raised the issue tonight.  He got shot down.
That whole “any extra money we get will be allocated to reducing class sizes” promise that every school board member made and Superintendent agreed with when they deliberately chose to make class sizes this large, was a load of cow paddies.
 What was the reason for doing absolutely nothing about class sizes?
Because having kids change classes in the middle of the year would be disruptive and we need a plan.
I’ve been asking for a plan to reduce class sizes for more than a year now. So has Jim Livingston. So has just abou

11-6-13 Jersey Jazzman: Marie Corfield: An American Hero

Jersey Jazzman: Marie Corfield: An American Hero:






Marie Corfield: An American Hero
There's a lot to say after yesterday, and a lot to do starting tomorrow. But before all of that, let's get one very important thing out of the way: Marie Corfield - proud to be a mother, a teacher, and a real Jersey girl - is a genuine American hero. We teachers are generally not a very outgoing or outspoken lot. We obviously didn't get into the profession for the money or the prestige or the so




11-4-13 Jersey Jazzman Teacher Christie Bullied on Ed Show Tonight!
Jersey Jazzman: Teacher Christie Bullied on Ed Show Tonight!Melissa Tomlinson, the teacher who dared to ask Chris Christie a question and got excoriated in the process, will be on MSNBC's The Ed Show tonight, 5 pm EST. I can't wait to hear her side of the story in her own words. Unpresidential behavior.67 by Duke / 1h mark as read  //  saveChristie's Never-Ending War On TeachersWhen Chris Christie

Teachers union leader urges Chris Christie to apologize to teacher he yelled at

Teachers union leader urges Chris Christie to apologize to teacher he yelled at:

Teachers union leader urges Chris Christie to apologize to teacher he yelled at

American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten sent a letter to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), asking him to apologize to a teacher whom he yelled atduring a campaign event a few days before he won re-election this week and saying that he had no right to “bully her in such a hostile and intimidating way for simply asking a question.”
The teacher, Melissa Tomlinson, had asked him this: “Why do you continue to spread the myth that our schools and teachers are failing?” He responded by saying, “Because they are!” and he told her, “I am tired of you people. What do you want?” (You can read about that here.)
This wasn’t the first time Christie has gone after teachers; you can read about that here.
Following is the text of the letter that Weingarten wrote to Christie,  and after that is a partial transcript of a conversation that Christie had with CNN’s Jake Tapper on Tuesday about the incident.
Here’s the text of the letter:
Office of the Governor
PO Box 001
Trenton, NJ 08625
609-292-6000
Dear Governor Christie:
To stand in front of the voters, ask for their support and win decisively, as you did yesterday in your re-election, deserves to be acknowledged and congratulated. But to stand in front of a public school teacher, as you did a few days before the election, and bully her in such a hostile and intimidating way for simply asking a 

Death March Demo fro the 168+ Public Schools Closed by Bloomberg and His Privateers Coalition for Public Education/Coalición por la Educación Pública

Coalition for Public Education/Coalición por la Educación Pública:

Death March Demo fro the 168+ Public Schools Closed by Bloomberg and His Privateers
A NormScott Production

Demand (thru CPE) that Mayor DeBlasio reopen all closed schools and have a plan that includes parents, students and teachers in decision-making levels that improve these schools within 5 years or less.






Seattle School Board Update: Sue Peters is ahead | Seattle Education

Seattle School Board Update: Sue Peters is ahead | Seattle Education:

Seattle School Board Update: Sue Peters is ahead

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In spite of the record-breaking amount of money that was poured into Suzanne Estey’s campaign by a moneyed few and DFER who want to see the corporatization of our public schools through charter schools, online learning enterprises and schools staffed by the cheap labor of Teach for America, Sue Peters has pulled ahead in the race.
As it stands at the time of this posting, the official count is:
Sue Peters
51.78% – 46949 votes
Suzanne Dale Estey
47.90% – 43430 votes
To follow the election results, there is an official posting at 4:30 each day at King County Election Data.
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Winners: AFT - A Union of Professionals - Solution-Driven Unionism

AFT - A Union of Professionals - Solution-Driven Unionism:

The Prize for Solution-driven Unionism

The American Federation of Teachers' Prize for Solution-Driven Unionism recognizes outstanding collective work to create solutions that improve workplaces and communities. The 2013 prize rewards AFT members and affiliates that have tackled big challenges with concrete results and best exemplify the AFT's commitment to providing high-quality public education, healthcare and public services.

Winners:

Composed of 39 public high schools, the consortium has developed, refined, and implemented curriculums and assessments that serve as an alternative to high-stakes testing. The organization, which has invested heavily in professional development, has led students to higher graduation and college acceptance rates, and lower suspension and dropout rates, when compared with the rest of the state.
AFT Connecticut ($25,000 award)
Faced with threats from the governor's office of layoffs and deep benefits cuts for public workers, AFT Connecticut worked as part of a statewide labor coalition to implement a new health plan for the state, ultimately saving $1.6 billion and the pensions of state workers.

Honorable Mention:

The Charlotte County Support Personnel Association, in close collaboration with Charlotte County Public Schools, designed and implemented a professional development program to attract, train and retain employees. The voluntary program, called the Charlotte Academy of Support Employees, has been praised by participants for increasing job satisfaction and enhancing their skills.

How the Winners were Selected

After accepting entries during an open application period, the AFT identified a group of finalists from among the applicants. The finalists were judged by members of the Albert Shanker Institute's board of directors and the AFT Innovation Fund advisory board. The judges looked for the best examples of applicants that had worked in coalitions to achieve shared goals, turned unfavorable conditions into opportunities for more positive outcomes, or devised solutions to improve the quality of services the AFT and its affiliates deliver. AFT officers made the final decisions on the prizes.

Eligibility

State and local affiliates of the AFT, across all constituencies, are eligible for the awards. Groups of AFT members in the workplace (such as a school, university, hospital, or state or local government office) are also eligible, but individuals are not.

Teachers union president to Chris Christie: Apologize for bullying teacher - Stephanie Simon - POLITICO.com

Teachers union president to Chris Christie: Apologize for bullying teacher - Stephanie Simon - POLITICO.com:

Teachers union president to Chris Christie: Apologize for bullying teacher

Chris Christie (left) and Randi Weingarten are shown in this composite image. | AP Photo
Christie, according to Weingarten, was acting 'in such a hostile and intimidating way.' | AP Photo
It didn’t slow his triumphal march to reelection. But the image of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie jabbing his finger at a teacher who asked him a question on the campaign trail infuriated educators in the state and across the nation.
This afternoon, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten called on Christie to apologize for acting like a “bully” and turning on public school teacher Melissa Tomlinson “in such a hostile and intimidating way.”

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In a sharply worded letter, Weingarten reminded Christie of his election-night declaration that leadership requires listening. “I couldn’t agree more,” she wrote. “But a picture tells a thousand words. And many wonder why you chose to publicly demean and vilify Melissa Tomlinson, a public school teacher and director of


Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/new-jersey-governor-chris-christie-teachers-union-randi-weingarten-99482.html#ixzz2juuuAFVa





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"For these are all our children, and we will profit by or pay for whatever they become."


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