Here are a few noteworthy takeaways from the district’s announcement this morning.
The citywide school budget vote has become something of a formality.
Meet Teresa Lance from Colorado and Xavier Botana from Indiana.
“We are choosing to be excited about finding a new name.”
Donors like the accountability, schools like the networking.
“Everybody agrees a number of our elementary schools are not where they need to be in order to provide an equal education to all of our kids.”
“I think most people, when they hear what [race car drivers] do, they think, ‘Really, all they do is turn left?'”
The announcement comes very early in the campaign season.
“It’s an honor to receive a letter from the First Lady saying how inspired she is by the work that we are doing here.”
Catherine McAuley High School in Portland, which was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1969 as an all-girl Catholic secondary education institution, announced plans to sever ties with its religious sponsors starting next fiscal year, July 1, 2016. At that point, McAuley will continue on as an independent, non-sectarian school. “To best realize their […]