Sunday, October 27, 2013

10-27-13 Fred Klonsky | Daily posts from a retired public school teacher who is just looking at the data.

Fred Klonsky | Daily posts from a retired public school teacher who is just looking at the data.:






Homeless.
H/T Glen Brown. from The Children Of The Poor by Gwendolyn Brooks What shall I give my children? who are poor, Who are adjudged the leastwise of the land, Who are my sweetest lepers, who demand No velvet and no velvety velour; But who have begged me for a brisk contour, Crying that they are quasi, contraband Because unfinished, graven by a hand Less than angelic, admirable or sure. My hand is stu
Sunday reads.
At the Capitol in Springfield, Illinois last Tuesday. Photo: Fred Klonsky Norm Scott points out that charter operators are allowed to close their schools for a politically driven protest while public schools being invaded by these charters had to hold their protests/rallies at their schools after school. More than 1.1 million students in the United States were homeless last year, a record high, a

A bill that would exclude special education parents and teachers.
H/T: Bev Johns. On October 22, 2013, Senate Bill 578 was completely changed by an amendment in the Illinois House of Representatives. House Amendment Number 1 LIMITS who can provide CPDUs to ONLY the following: (1) ISBE (2) ROEs (3) Illinois professional associations representing (a) school administrators – IASA (b) principals – IPA (c) school business officials – IASBO (d) teachers – IEA and IFT


10-26-13 Fred Klonsky | Daily posts from a retired public school teacher who is just looking at the data.
Fred Klonsky | Daily posts from a retired public school teacher who is just looking at the data.: Fred Klonsky | Daily postsThe move to Medicare Advantage. The good, the bad and the ugly.There wouldn’t be as big a problem if the timeline wasn’t so short. Illinois state retirees feel pressed and pressured to make decisions that have a major impact on their health and health care. I have been deluge

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