Notes from the news, Dec. 5
By Erika Owens on Dec 5, 2011 10:09 AM
Phila. Sustainability Workshop tries to reinvent the high school The Inquirer
The Sustainability Workshop opened this year at the Navy Yard as a special program for a small group of seniors. Organizers of the program would like to expand the workshop to be a full high school.
Not looking for a savior this time around The Notebook
Local education leaders seem to have a growing consensus that the next superintendent does not need to be an outsider with a brand-new strategic plan.
See also: Foundations influence urban school leadership The Notebook
New school safety chief promises a high profile The Inquirer
The new safe schools advocate starts today. She says she will be visible in the community.
See also: Philadelphia Schools Welcome New Safety Advocate CBS Philly
Catching up with King High WHYY/NewsWorks via The Notebook blog
King High is a Promise Academy this year and it has a new principal who is optimistic about the school's future.
Letters Daily News
Michael Masch's wife writes in to explain and apologize for their delinquent tax bill.
Happy hour celebrates new edition of Notebook The Notebook blog
Thanks to everyone who attended our happy hour!
What's left to cut? PFT Blog
PA Voucher Status Update December 5th, 2011 Keystone State Education Coalition
Local children promote breast cancer education Chestnut Hill Local
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