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PUBLIC EDUCATION -- 2006

   

JANUARY, 2006

PUBLIC EDUCATION

     

102

Wiener OpEd

Guess Who's Still Left Behind--'no child' law has made little progress for low income, minority kids

107

Haynes

1,100 DC Teachers Might Lose Jobs--prove certification or lose positions, 25% of teachers' told

108

Anderson

Prince George's Schools on Cusp--new chief, board to decide course of 199-school, 133K-kid system

114

Haynes

$1.5B Proposal for School Rebuilding Heads to DC Council--funds to come from sales taxes @$100M/yr

118

Wilgoren

DC Library Task Force Report Calls for Massive $450M Overhaul--future of MLK Library one issue

122

Editor

School System on Trial--Pr. George's one of MD's worst, need to get best superintendent, board chief

122

Mead ltr

Charter Schools Checklist: improve quality, planning, integrate into community, learn from others' success

122

Haynes

DCPS Schools Plan Would Localize Power--Janey leans to Canadian mgmt style, plus 'full-service' schools

122

Klein

Frustration, Fear Boil Up in Pr. George's--hundreds at forum complain of growing neighborhood crime

   

FEBRUARY, 2006

PUBLIC EDUCATION

     

201

Westfall

DC's Office of Planning, GWU Plan Meetings to Discuss Campus Plan Changes--inadequate notice?

201

Strauss

UDC Ups Tuition, Fees--from $1260/sem now, to $1605 in '07, $1885, '08 for DCers; $2910>$3535 others

201

Westfall(Curr)

GWU to Seek New 20-yr Campus Plan--no sense making changes to plan that expires in 3 years

202

Haynes

DC Schools Promise to Cut Space--to cut 1M sqft in '07, 2M sqft in '08, disagree that 6M possible?

205

Montgomery

Record Funding Boost Likely for Schools--costly stadium plan provokes advocates to push renovations

206

Wilgoren

DC Libraries Could Get Federal Funding--Bush asks $30M for ailing system: fix/lease Mies, build new

207

Wilgoren

Developers Could Be Enticed to Build DC Schools, Libraries--if housing, shops allowed alongside

208

Weiss

DC Council Promises Millions to Fix Schools--agrees to $100M annually from sales tax for renovations

209

DC BdofEd

DCPS Board of Ed Orders DCPS to Identify DCPS "Excess Space"--at least 1M by '06, 3M sqft by '08

214

Haynes

DC School Bd Again Delays Vote on Special-Ed Disputes--resolution would shift burden of proof to parents

215

Haynes

DCPS May Cut Teachers 351, Staff 8% to Help Make Ends Meet--merge 3 schools: enrollment down to 58K

217

Anderson

Pr. George's Board Picks New Leader for Schools--California chief has record raising minority scores

219

Anderson

New PG Schools Chief Offers Record of Unifying--funding raising fight in CA shows philosophy

221

Editor

Shrinking School System--DCPS gotta bring spending down to match falling enrollment, now 58,294

222

Haynes

Federal Court Asked to Void Last DC Teachers' Union Election--Labor Dept says mail-outs late, wrong

223

Anderson

PG Schools Chief Pick Sees Enemy in 'Anonymity'--broke up big Santa Monica high school into 7 'houses'

223

Fisher OpEd

DC Libraries Wander Off Path to Happy Ending--system still a mess, poor decisions on MLK, consultants

227

Woodhead ltr

DC's Modernized Schools--lack of progress a myth: 13 schools done, 4 underway, others coming

228

Haynes

DC Schools May Specialize--Janey proposal effort to boost student achievement, convert high schools

   

MARCH, 2006

PUBLIC EDUCATION

     

301

Editor

Two Ways to Help DC--Real Property Act gives 200 fed acres to DC; College Access Act extends subsidy

302

Fisher OpEd

Big Plans Haven't Produced DC School Reform--grand schemes won't fix DCPS, check past 3 super's

305

Haynes

Questions Cloud DCPS Transition Plan--funding doubted for high school vocational 'academies'

306

Hawkins ltr

Upgrading DC's Libraries--abandoning Mies van de Rohe central library insult to ML King legacy?

306

Hiatt OpEd

Poised to Make a Difference in DC Schools--commitment to long haul key to making huge needed changes

309

Janey (DCPS)

...'co-locate' offices, save 250Ksqft; 'cluster' to share services; 'consolidate' 3 schools; vendor payments, etc.

309

Janey (DCPS)

Budgeting the Future of DC Schools--2007 Budget @ $790.5M: requires "right sizing"=up class size 16>17;....

311

Editor

Rebuilding DC Schools--unprecedented to set aside $100M a year to rebuild schools: now do it right!

312

Hyanes

DC School Board Chief Won't Run Again--Cafritz "wants life back" after 6 years, "but will miss the drama"

312

Mathews

Why Is Your School On This List?--why are 200 area schools on NCLB list? good answers from principals

315

Staff(Cur)

Chairman of DC Chamber of Commerce ; Better Schools Would Harness Growth--own fault 'outsourcing'

316

Donovan

Students Deliver 'Vision' for DC--cleaner river, school lunch, no gangs, sex ed, no smoking, no draft, etc.

316

Weiss

Outdated Eyesore or Modern Masterpiece--return to glory imagined for DC's flagship MLK Library bldg

316

Haynes

School Board Votes to Close More DC Schools (1M sqft by Fall, 3M by '08--budget pinch forces speedup

317

Strauss

City Calls on Firm to Return Millions for Charter Schools--Geneva Capital may be bogus firm

319

Haynes

DC Parents Anxious over (30?) School Closings--smaller enrollments key factor (Ross El = 140/175 kids)

321

Strauss

Putting Parents in Their Place: Outside Class--too much involvement can hinder kids' freedom, experts say

321

Editor

Wanted: School Board Chief--micromanagers, editors, dictators need not apply: key is good policy-making

322

Haynes

School Closings: Board's Guidelines to Janey Look Beyond Enrollment: trying to protect small Ward 3 units?

324

Anderson

Pr. George's BdofEd OK's Its First 3 Charter Schools--some claim big demand for "options"

327

Rupert (Cur)

SEED School Mum on RFK site plans--White House to release land only for a school

329

Westfall (Cur)

GWU, DC Present Plans for Dorm w/parking, Expanded School w/o Walls High School: quid pro quo

329

Kain Ed (Cur)

On Closing Schools--agree some gotta go, others should be filled, waiting for super's crtieria

331

Haynes

6 School-pairs Open to Merging, Janey Says--School Bd wants 10 gone '06, 20 more by mid-'08 (=3Msqft)

   

APRIL, 2006

PUBLIC EDUCATION

     

401

Haynes

Principals Maneuver Over DC Closings--officials attempting to combine schools, avoid closures

401

Anderson

Lawmakers Vote to Block Baltimore City Schools Takeover--MD Gen'l Assembly bocks state NCLB move

402

Porter ltr (cont)

....city gains 30K jobs in 5 years, DC employment falls 13K: stop frittering away chances to fix schools

402

Porter ltr

Education Is Our Business--DC Chamber of Commerce sez can't afford bureaucratic haggling....

402

Haynes

Public Schools Closure Plan Draws Heated Objections--losing kids to charters feared: 70 schools at risk?

406

Haynes

Final Board Vote on DCPS Closings Set for June--details of initial set delayed, pegged to Master Plan

407

Wagner

MD Schools Takeover Debate Colors Governor's Race--Baltimore's Mayor O'Malley battles Gov Erlich

412

Editor

Up for a Clean Slate--back to an elected school board for Pr. George's with new chief, and a twist

417

Haynes

New DC Standardized Test Demands More than Circling Answer--gotta turn analytical skills to writing

419

O'Donoghue

Oyster, Adams Schools Prepare to Review Collaboration--hope to extend Spanish/English program

422

Haynes

DC Public School Seeks Linkup with New Charter--would share under-used Scott Montgomery Elementary

423

Levine

Modernization of DC's Main MLK Library is Futile, Leaders Say--mayor's plan 'only 21st Century option'

425

Fisher OpEd

When Ax Falls on DC Schools, It Should Be About More than Size--small schools can be good too (!?)

425

Haynes

DC Schools' Money Handling Criticized--US Education officials rate accounting system 'high risk'

427

Fisher OpEd

Dropouts Build New Foundations at DC Charter School--'Youth Build' provides construction trades, OJT

427

Montgomery

DC Was Warned in Charter Deal, Firm Says--court filing denies fraud in handling $21M for schools

429

Editor

Dubious DC Distinction--DCPS only US district declared high-risk by the Feds: worst scores of city schools

   

MAY, 2006

PUBLIC EDUCATION

     

509

Lambert

Half of Teachers in US Quit in 5 Years--working conditions, low salaries cited by NEA union: only 6% black

509

Romano

Boston's Success May Be Lesson for DCPS--leader reversed course after similar challenges decade ago

514

Glazer ltr

Seeds, Not SEED, in Kingman Park--objects to putting 15-acre public boarding school on Fed parkland...

514

Glazer ltr (cont)

....contends SEED school now in SE has lousy suspension, expulsion and graduation rates (59%)

515

Nicholson

Why DC Can't Read--no exposure to books at home, no librarians in half of schools: no wonder!

516

Fisher OpEd

Flying Flag of Surrender--only DC could come up with school closing plan to do so little, raise tension

516

Haynes

Janey Names 6 Schools That Could Be Closed to Better Utilize Space--all elementaries, more coming

517

Editor

DC School Closings Begin--process is painful but unavoidable, more to come, gotta be equitable

517

Haynes

School Closings: Parents, Teachers Seek to Delay or Cut Back Janey's (already too small) Proposal

517

O'Donoghue(Cur)

JaneY Details proposals to trim space--'too much too fast' says Parents United???!!

518

Labbe

School Closings Proposal Gets Mixed Reaction--four of six near-empty targeted schools are in SE

518

Haynes

Off to Running Start Toward College--free UDC classes = time, money saved for needy high schoolers

519

Haynes

Charter Schools See Openings in Closings--independently run schools want first shot at excess space

521

Ernst/Garriott ltrs

School Closings in DC: Opportunity to Promote Positive--support bilinguals, avoid dislocating kids

523

Haynes

2 Schools in 1 Could Be Model--Bell Senior High and Lincoln Middle share Columbia Hts campus

524

Montgomery

As Economy Revives, DC Schools Now Top Concern--polls show discouragement, some families quit

   

JUNE, 2006

PUBLIC EDUCATION

     

601

Barry Ltr

DC Schools' 'History of Failure'--legislation would give mayor more control: why should Post object?

603

Haynes

2 Workers from Charter School Office Placed on Leave--were fed NCLB funds misused by staff?

605

Keating

DC Special-Ed Tuition Growing Drain--basic needs hit by underestimated costs of private schools

605

Editor

Town vs Gown in DC--GWU's $250M development plan sparks local opposition: DC needs to intervene

606

Editor

Unbridled Costs--as special-ed spending soars, DC schools raid other accounts: gotta find alternatives

613

Williams ltr

Why DC Needs New Library--poorly suited as library, 4 years to fix, its a brooding, run-down, sunless, mess

615

Forgey

Through Glass Darkly: DC's Poor Vision for Library--Mies van der Rohe's gem could be polished anew'

619

Haynes

Charter Schools' Oversight May Shift--DCPS School Board weighs relinquishing role over 17 of 51 charters

619

Ltrs to Ed

Central Library to be Proud Of--rebuild old/start afresh, real problem is abject failure to maintain existing one

621

Editor

Back to Basics--DCPS school board would do well to get out of chartering business: tend to basics

621

Silverman

'High Quality' Schools Amendment Bill Advances--Council gives prelim OK to codify right to education

621

Shin

Chamber of Commerce Comes Up Short On Summer Work for DC Youth--real-world experiences shy

622

Labbe

DCPS Board Backs Off on Closing Some Schools--spare two, delay one, shutter five, not six

622

Anderson

MD Test Score Gap Real for Black/Hispanic kids--gap grows w/grade, math worse than reading for blacks

625

Editor

How Not to Fix DC Schools--nice sounding proposal re "high-qulality' the Council should flunk

629

Haynes

DCPS School Board OK's Plan to Close Five Schools--great anguish, controversy over tip of iceberg

   

JULY, 2006

PUBLIC  EDUCATION

     

701

Deane/Fountain

What Next for MLK Library? ex-librarian says old bldg wrong; Preservationists say make it work

702

Hess ltr

In DC,Lawsuits before Learning--courtrooms lousy place to fix schools: leaders needed, not empty language

705

Milloy OpEd

Charitable Project Worth Billions: the Nation's Capital--Gates Foundation could help rid ignorance, poverty

706

Henderson ltr

Priority, not Platitudes for DC Schools--"high quality" does not bring lawsuits, need sense of urgency

708

Staff

DC Special Ed Bills Moves Forward--wants to cap private tuitions @ 130 schools (!) $ up 65% since '00

708

Haynes

To Retain Students, Higher Income Rule Sought-- 300% v 200% fed poverty rate: Brownback vs Norton

709

Haynes

DC Strives to Fill Teaching Positions--up to 750 needed if uncertified teachers dismissed (40% in special ed)

711

Editor

School Improvement by Degree--if wishing could make things true, Council would be on to something!

713

Aratini

Upper Grades, Lower Readng Skills--Middle, High Schools find must expand programs for older kids

717

Haynes

DCPS Bd Might Be Stripped of Some Roles--Senate Appns Comm want State Ed Office separated out

723

Murphy

After Neighborhood Dustup, New Rules re size (9Ksqft+), frontage,(120') would treat charters like DCPS

725

Fisher

DC Library Law Barrier to Literacy--denying "regularly scheduled classes" rules out adult/immigrant reading

728

Hyanes

Officials Warn of Likely Setback on Testing--preliminary data shows more elementaries fail US targets

   

AUGUST, 2006

PUBLIC  EDUCATION

     

801

Fisher OpEd

DC Will Test New Library Chief's Political Savvy--Ginnie Cooper faces MLK future, libraries vs book stores

807

Shapira

New Face of Pr. Wm. Cnty Summer School--classrooms fill up w/students trying to get ahead: seeking AP

809

M illoy OpEd

Giving DC Students Tools to Succeed--trouble getting kids psyched for school without minimal means

815

Montgomery

Janey Questions Charter Schools--DC superintendent seeks moratorium, pending evaluations

817

Labbe

Closure of DC Charter Schools Strands Students--parents seek spots in other programs after 2 close

817

Abatani

More MD Schools Fail to Meet Goals--44% Pr. George's;21% Montgomery's;15% St. Mary's;Frederick 10%

818

Editor

No Moratorium on Charters--better to fix traditional public schools than take choices away from parents

822

Mathews

More in MD Pass Tests Needed to Graduate--but 50% of P G's get scores low enough to deny diplomas

822

Montgomery

Future of DC Schools--Traditional or Charter Education?--DC highest,  23%, of top five: Albany 5th @16.5%

823

Westfall (Curr)

GW Square 54 Project Attracts Backing as Smart Growth: 5 groups form alliance to support 870K sqft bldg

823

Westfall (Curr)

Foggy Bottom ANC Rejects GWU Development Plans--4/1 vote unsurprising as locals doubt GWU aims

823

Editor

Educator in Disgrace--indictment  discredits Hornsby and Pr. George's school board that hired him

823

Rich

Ex-Chief of Schools in Pr. George's Indicted--accused of multiple kickback scam over $100K

824

Janey

Let's Raise the Bar for the New School Year--super Janey says new standards, tests,  resource centers

824

Labbe

At DCPS Year's Outset, A Power Struggle--Special-ed position filled, 20 new principals begin new jobs

824

Haynes

New DCPS System Aims to End Long Wait for Supplies--electronic procurement system may help

824

Labbe

Six Charter Schools Opening with Unique Looks--studies include Latin and ESL

824

Haynes

Long DCPS Renovation List, and waits to match--$2.5B plan set to be released spans many years 

824

Woodlee

Who s Going to Run DCPS Schools--mayoral candidates offer alternatives--control revert to city gov't?

824

Haynes

Trying Again to Transform Weakest Schools--local firm leads overhaul of seven senior high schools

826

Nakamura

Cropp Stakes Her Election on School Improvement--turnaround guaranteed or no second term

827

Gude Ltr

Uniform Mistake--schools shouldn't do parents' job: school uniforms relieve parents of dressing kids (!)

827

Haynes

Officials Optimistic Over School Closings--parents vigilant as consolidation becomes reality

829

Wagner

$200,000 Bait for Principals Proposed--signing bonuses proposed by Baltimore mayor for weak schools

830

Editor

UnSATisfactory--Is It the Test or the Test-Takers--uncertainty whether revised test, or kids cause '06 drop

830

Mathews

SAT Reading Scores Drop; Females Prevail on Writing Test--drop due to new writing section?

831

Goldfarb

Teaching Literacy for Survival--city effort benefits some, but not enough:30% DC adults functionally illiterate

     

SEPTEMBER, 2006

PUBLIC  EDUCATION

 
       

904

Haynes

DCPS Chief Proposes Year-round Classes at 5 Worst Schools--avoid 'summer knowledge loss'

905

Frey

Shapes and Colors--St. Coletta spec ed school gets extra credit for Michael Graves fanciful design vision

908

Haynes

Tiny Fraction of DCPS Schools Meet New Test Benchmarks: of 146 only  21 elementary., 7 secondary do

909

Haynes

Some Highly Touted DC Schools Land on Failure List--12 called 'progressing': Ross, Watkins, Whittier, etc.

911

Editor

Mr. Jane's New Exam--fraction failing DC standards test should be measured in students, not schools

913

Strauss

DC Charter School Inquiry May Broaden Beyond Chief--Feds looking widely for fraud, public corruption

914

Haynes

DCPS Superintendent to Propose Closing 19 More Schools--stretched out 12 yrs, keep 'swing space'

917

Nakamura

DC Schools in Fenty's Sights--mayoral nominee considers takeover, cites success in New York City

923

Haynes

On the Field, Dunbar High Finds Victory; in Locker Room Rust, Neglect--decrepit facilities belie talent

925

Labbe

Charter School's Doors Kept Shut--Capitol Hill neighborhood fights for zoning law changes v 54 pre-Ks

927

Labbe

Most Charter Schools Miss Test Benchmarks--9 of 35 meet reading standards, 4 math, DCPS no better

930

Haynes

More Poor Results for Charter Schools; 2 of 13 make reading, one, math: is Janey intervention legal?

     

OCTOBER, 2006

PUBLIC  EDUCATION

 
       

1001

Grunwald

Clean Up This Mess!--DC's public schools a shambles, arguably country's worst: will new mayor fix?

1003

Labbe

DC Charter Schools Grow, Quality Uneven: 51 schools have 17419 kids on 62 sites: 25%=US 3rd highest

1004

Wiener (CVurr)

School Without Walls Plan Clears Preservation Board--GWU financing it to get land behind school

1007

Kinzie

Protesters Occupy Gallaudet Classroom Building--students vow to stay in fight over choice of president

1008

Haynes

15 People Fighting to Be Part of DC Board of Education Uncertain Future--Fenty may try to change

1010

Editor

Standoff at Gallaudet--excessive protests wrong way to shape university's future: bitterness deep

1010

Kinzie

Intensity of Gallaudet Unrest Surprised New Leader--discrimination issues upsetting many in community

1011

Editor

Globalization and Schools--time to recall ML King's challenge: "teach so well, kids'  background irrelevant!

1013

Editor

Giving Gallaudet a Bad Name--student, faculty protesters have harmed institution, kids wanting to learn

1013

Kinzie

Gallaudet Closed for Second Day--students demand to meet with new president, ineffective as provost

1015

Kinzie

Gallaudet Reopens, Protests Continue--students criticize current president for arrests

1016

Haynes

Athletics Find Booster in Janey--$10M planned to update facilities after Washington Post expose

1016

Nakamura

NYC School Takeover Inspires Fenty, but Critics Abound--many say Bloomberg has hurt other schools

1017

Nakamura

Fenty Gets School Reform Tips from Bloomberg: NYC's 'bullpen' offices also impress candidate

1017

Kinzie

Faculty Opposes Gallaudet U.'s New President--no confidence votes pass against trustees, new pres.

1018

Kain (Curr edit)

To Lead the School Board--NW Current picks Bobb over three rivals--successes outweigh concerns

1018

O'Donohue(Curr)

School Officials Alter Consolidation Plans--save four of six schools, no change in renovation schedules

1019

Haynes

Bleak DC College Graduation Rate Found--officials concerned by 9% completion in 5 yrs: poor prep?

1025

Haynes

Super Janey Proposes Different School Facility Closings--changes breed more unhappy parents

1026

Nakamura

Fenty, L.A. Mayor Discuss School Takeover--both want mayors involved in world-class schools

1027

Editor

Single-Sex Schooling--public education needs to look at all the choices: experience mixed

1028

Woodlee

DC Library Chief Pushes for New Building--mayor urges Council build new at old convention center

1029

Labbe

Charter School Board Inclined to Relinquish Monitoring Role--give role to university or nonprofit?

1029

Ahlstrom ltr

Where Fenty Should Lead the Schools--reform isn't the answer: DC needs whole new system

1030

Haynes

DC Paid for Training Schools Say Didn't Occur--officials try to trace firm's connections in charter probe

1030

Kinzie

Gallaudet Board Ousts Fernandes--protesters cheer, trustees say lawbreakers to be held accountable

   

NOVEMBER, 2006

PUBLIC  EDUCATION

     

1102

Strauss

To Repay Misused Charter School Funds, DC to Take $9M from Gen'l Fund: maint company defaulted

1104

Woodlee

Staff Shortage Cited in Hearing on Bill to Manage DC School Repairs: 147 maint wrkrs for 163 facilities!

1105

Haynes

Worry Over City Takeover Permeates School Board Election--could be last votes for members

1108

Haynes

Bobb Chosen to Lead Board as Schools Face Uncertain Future -- 'overwhelming' victor likely to buck Fenty

1109

Haynes

Bobb, Showing Bold School Board Plan, Says He'll Fight Takeover--wants strong kids' 'front end' support

1112

Nakamura

Fenty Plan to Take Over Ailing DCPS System Finding Foes -- says plan means, not 'endgame'

1116

Nakamura

Fenty to Name Ally to Lead School System Turnaround -- Victor Reinoso to be Dep Mayor for Education

1117

Nakamura

Fenty Deputy Reinoso Backs Shift in School Supervision -- 37-yr old BoEd mbr to have big role in shift

1117

Mathews

DCPS Teens Say SAT Monitors Napped, Ignored Rules--call testing 'bogus, corrupt joke', 'a debacle'

1118

Haynes

DCPS Principals Weigh In on Closings and Consolidation -- last year's mergers didn't get promised help

1121

Alexander

Bigger Battle -- principal of DC's Eastern High sued over scuffle: but flawed system creates dangers

1122

Silverman

Bill for New Cental Downtown DC Library Stuck at Council Panel -- 'tabled' 3/2 by doubts over move

1126

Casserly ltr

Why the Mayor Shouldn't Take Over DC Schools -- NY situation different; need to avoid donnybrook here

1126

Haynes

DCPS Super. Janey to Speak on School Overhaul -- rare public update viewed as claim to power

1128

Labbe

Selling Parents on Public School -- DC's Thomson Elementary uses marketing to compete for kids

1129

Haynes

Janey Seeks Time to Turn Schools Around--claims progress in 'marathon' after 2 years: Fenty: go faster?

1129

Lenhart

Montgomery Cnty Opens $26M Rockville Flagship Regional Library -- bets public will keep coming back

1130

Haynes

Janey Asks Extra $83.5M for DCPS Budget--superintendent says funding needed to speed reforms

1130

Trescott

Corcoran Gallery Seals $6.2M Deal to Buy Empty Randall School -- to be used for art college, apartments

     

DECEMBER, 2006

PUBLIC  EDUCATION

 
       

1201

Staff

Randall School Sale (Half and I, SW) --goes to Corcoran Gallery: $6.2M goes to school maintenance fund

1206

Montes

4 of 75 Catholic Elem Schools (3in DC,1, MD) May Close--consolidate shrinking black schools, keep kids

1206

Kinzie

Incoming GWU President Draws Praise--new leader Steven Knapp deemed right choice for times

1208

Nakamura

Fenty's School Plan Marks A Turnaround--opposed Williams takeover saying 'governance not problem'

1209

Nakamura

Fenty Takes Council Members on Field Trip--schools takeover focus of meeting with NY officials

1209

Alexander

Despite Losing Principal, Eastern Senior High School to Continue Transition--to Boston Latin-like Academy

1211

Kinzie

Gallaudet Chooses Interim President--campus 'thrilled' by pick of nationally known deaf leader

1213

de Vise

Montgomery County Schools 7% Budget Increase to $1.98B Sought--officials vow to be tough on funding

1215

Hernandez

Pr. George's School Chief Proposes $1.66B Budget--full funding relies on approval of aid index

1221

Haynes

Janey Gets $25K Bonus over $250K, Contract Extension--board says steady progress made: get raise?

1222

Stewart

Council Chair Gray Plans to Push Education Problems to Forefront with New Panel--use committee of whole

1224

Haynes

Wilson High School Parents Group Seeks Control of Repair Budget--step towards semiautonomy


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