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summer What's the best thing about summer?
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by anonymous (rep 0) 4 years ago, verified - 662 views
budget woes It's that time of year again when schools receive the numbers for next year's budget. Can anyone remember in the past decade when the statement hasn't been "we need to make some cuts"? The government hasn't been paying for the special education mand
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by anonymous (rep 10) 5 years ago - 688 views
the latest yearly surveys Speaking of data.... When administration doesn't like the data they're getting, then they can change the way data is set up and interpreted. I'm talking about the recent yearly surveys about schools and principals. Did anyone else notice that the
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by anonymous (rep 23) 5 years ago - 740 views
the latest yearly surveys Speaking of data.... When administration doesn't like the data they're getting, then they can change the way data is set up and interpreted. I'm talking about the recent yearly surveys about schools and principals. Did anyone else notice that the
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by anonymous (rep 22) 5 years ago - 682 views
surveying the data Sit in on any meeting in Minneapolis at almost any level and you'll hear a repetition of favorite buzz words; NWEA data, PLCs, SOEIs, PD, MAPs, MCAs, PBIS etc. It's an alphabet soup of varying tests, evaluation methods, policies, and procedures in
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by anonymous (rep 21) 5 years ago - 710 views
battle between good and eval A new year in the district has begun. For all the talk about taking things off teacher's plates we have yet to see it happen. It's just another version of the shell game. Change the names, attach it to another part of the giant structure, and tell
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by anonymous (rep 0) 5 years ago - 691 views
mps school money down the drain Recently three individuals were hired as very top figures in the Mpls public schools system. The three also have three things in common; all were all recently let go from positions at another post secondary institution in Mpls due to questionable pra
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by anonymous (rep 0) 5 years ago - 2103 views
a thank you from administration We weren't sure that teachers would pass the contract, but to see an 83% acceptance was beyond our wildest dreams! I guess the strategy of keeping the pot near boiling these last couple years worked well. I wasn't sure that piling on meetings, testi
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by anonymous (rep 20) 5 years ago - 2637 views
curriculum compacting Now the district wants each school to have 3 teachers go and get trained for a full year on enrichment and curriculum compacting for only $1500. It amounts to 200+ hours of work and also having to come back and teach the staff. They aren't willing
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by anonymous (rep 0) 5 years ago - 884 views
prep for the harvest Once again Minneapolis Public Schools receives mention in the Tribune last week (need we say it wasn't in a positive light). One article highlighted the amazing results at the Harvest Prep charter school as opposed to other public schools. Apparentl
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by anonymous (rep 18) 5 years ago - 1305 views

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