But you may ask, how does this relate to education?
Why is a school board candidate talking about this?
These flawed metrics encourage the wrong behaviors and do not measure all schools the same.
I am encouraged by and happy to be entrusted with their support.
We hear a lot about the new healthcare bill(s) being proposed and many of us are outraged.
There are a number of support systems needed to make sure all of our children get the best opportunity to learn.
Federal and local healthcare subsidies pay for, or reimburse, the district for some of these services.
By gutting medicare, medicaid and other programs we are impacting EVERY student in our district.
Regardless of how you feel about the ACA (Obamacare) or the AHCA (Trumpcare), I urge you to call your representatives at both the state and federal level and let them know that you support healthcare services that are provided by our schools.Still, while his comedy is legendary, there’s a few things you may not know about David Brenner. He started out as a documentary filmmaker The Philadelphia native graduated with a degree in mass communication from Temple University, and he used his degree to write and direct more than 100 TV documentaries.Brenner even won an Emmy Award before he moved on to a career in comedy.The argument for privatizing education is that charter schools can teach kids more effectively for less money.If we don't have good measures for success, or charter schools don't provide information and transparency how do we know that is true?According to Us Weekly, Brenner left a final request to have 0 in small bills to be placed in his left sock "just in case tipping is recommended where I'm going." The comedian also requested that his final resting stop read: "If this is supposed to be a joke -- then I don't get it!