The last week of school and they day after the Memorial Day Holiday. Still, the LHS auditorium was full. Tuesday night was the ETA Those Who Excel recognition of student achievement. All the work done during the year to support these awards results in this annual gathering of families and educators. We are there to celebrate student achievement in … Read More...
As we shared at the RA, there were approximately 3000 education bills generated by the state legislature last year. This Tuesday the House Education Committee will be reviewing 20 potential bills, none of which are related to pension. Hearing Notice for Education. The Senate has a much shorter agenda and will only be looking about half [...]
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The following was the result of the SEC, Special Education Committee, election for Special Education Department: Sundra Arroyo - High Incidence Patricia Ann Salwach - High Incidence Alejandra Ganddini - Early Childhood Veronica Kernler - Related Services Maureen Lue - Related Services Kelly O'hara - Related Services Thanks again for … Read More...
The Instructional Council received an update on the restructuring model selected by the district. Dr. Ushma Shah and Kathryn Castle spoke about school improvement strategies being implemented in the ten Transformation Schools beginning in the 2013-2014 school year. The Instructional Council received an update on multi-tiered systems of … Read More...
We’ve added another tool for you, your colleagues, and your SD team to help visualize the impact of various FTE allocations across grade levels. While this tool will create the new map to be populated with ETA members it does not identify the members that will populate the sections. A flowchart is coming soon to [...]
For many the determination of their proper ISBE statutory grouping is a mystery. The law spells out very specific rules but there are over 80 different permutations based upon the four statutory ratings alone. Add to this more than a dozen different legacy ratings in the U46 system and it’s clear why people get confused. [...]