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School funding changes are put to the test in salary negotiations: ‘It’s a brand new system’

“What we’re trying to do is let the community know that we are involved in contract negotiations and that we think our teachers deserve a good portion of the money that the state put forward for teach... read more

Pension fix proposal put to test

That funding ... the amount of salary on which a pension benefit is based. In 2013, that amount would be about $110,000. • Address "pension abuses" by preventing non-government employees from particip... read more

For Decatur public schools, a focus on changing the perception

“Here's these brand-new, state-of-the-art high schools ... used by websites like Zillow to rate schools. Ratings come from Greatschools.org, which until recently mostly used standardized test scores a... read more

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Mayor Mike Bloomberg's next big test: He and Klein have to prevail on Fair Student Funding

The reserve pool problem is a complicated one, and there have been many changes in a school system that has contributed to its ... higher salaries? Not only must Bloomberg and Klein resist attempts to ... read more


Putting the HR in higher education

The university has responded by turning its attention to providing a space where employees can “emotionally dump their feelings”, setting up a working group of EU colleagues and HR to put ... new degr... read more

THE DELIBERATE DESTRUCTION OF EDUCATION IN TENNESSEE

My name is Kelleigh Nelson ... school proposals. And, Governor Haslam is eyeing adding funding to pre-K and creating a larger voucher system in Tennessee. It was in 2008 when Mayor Bill Haslam and the ... read more

The Daily 202: This is a terrible year for GOP lieutenant governors running for higher office

A brand new group ... White House is *not* seeking regime change in Iran. Felicia Sonmez reports: “‘Our policy is not regime change, but we want to put unprecedented pressure on the government of Iran ... read more

Why teachers have test anxiety, too

The statement of the obvious: Bad teachers are afraid of being evaluated based on how well their students perform on ... major sticking point in the public schools strike in Chicago? The short answer: ... read more

Prieto proposes $2 hotel room fee to pay for Atlantic City public safety

ATLANTIC CITY — City hotels would pay a new ... a 15-step salary guide with smaller incremental raises and pay capped at $90,000, according to officials and a leaked police union email obtained last m... read more

Sticker Shock? Figuring Out the Cost of Potential ESSA Spending Rules

In the first one, $6.83 billion in new cash was pumped into an unchanged system with "no fix." In the second, the same cash was put ... teacher salaries in school-to-school spending comparisons, this ... read more

Newark Teachers Contract, a Game-Changer for NJ's Often-Troubled School District

Announced yesterday, the tentative contract between the state-run Newark public school system and the ... incentive pay is new to New Jersey and provides the first real test of the idea in a state tha... read more

Proposed ESSA Spending Rules Unveiled

The new approach ... develop some plan of its own for the department to review. The department also says the proposed regulations would mean up to $2 billion in additional state and local funding for ... read more



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