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Countdown, Day 39: Hite says staffing levels 'nowhere near sufficient'

Superintendent William Hite said that his voice might stay calm, but he is definitely not calm about whether he will be able to open schools on time. He was expecting at least to have access by now to $50 million in new funds from the city -- and he still doesn't have it as Mayor Nutter and City Council remain at odds over the best way to make it available.

"I will not be irresponsible in putting students into environments that are not able to serve their needs," Hite said in an interview Wednesday. "At the moment, a principal and a secretary in a 3,000-student high school is not sufficient to serve the needs of students there."  Northeast High School has 3,000 students.

So far, he has access to only a small portion of the additional funds from what one frustrated official described as the "contortionist deal" worked out in Harrisburg to close the District's financial hole. The $50 million was supposed to be a loan against a future sales tax extension that the City Council has yet to approve, partly because members don't agree that all the revenue should be directed to the District.

And a promised one-shot, $45 million state payment is dependent on certification from the state secetary of education that the District is putting certain reforms in place. Presumably, this will require changes like the severe dilution, if not elimination, of seniority protection, a change that is anathema to the teachers' union. 

In all, that's $95 million that still can't be added to the budget.

"Everybody is celebrating the return of one secretary per school and art and music and sports, but there is a lot more still needed in order to open schools," Hite said. "This is getting down to crunch time for us."

School opening is still six weeks away, but Hite said this does not mean schools can be readied for opening if the money is released in week five.

The funding available to the District now, he said, "is nowhere near sufficient to open schools. ... My point is about the urgency of this. It's not likely we will be in a position to open schools if in fact we don't have access to at least the revenue portion we thought we would have by now."

Nutter also acknowledged this week that there's a lot of work to be done before schools open.
 


The School District of Philadelphia faces an unprecedented situation – uncertainty over whether it will be in a position to open safe and functioning schools in September.

This daily feature is an effort to highlight developments and motivate action as we get closer to the beginnng of the school year. We encourage readers to send us information about both concerns and breakthroughs to countdown@thenotebook.org.

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Comments (59)

Submitted by Eileen DiFranco (not verified) on August 1, 2013 1:42 pm
Superintendent Hite was part and parcel of this mess. He, like the SRC, should resign.
Submitted by Joe K. (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:07 pm
Does The Notebook print this nonsense just to make me crazy or are they playing Devil's Advocate?? There can't STILL be anybody out there who thinks Hite and Nutter are "concerned" about funding the real schools. Does anybody past the age of 7 really think Kenny "I gots mines" Gamble, Dwight "The Light Knight" Evans or Scotty "2 Shoes" Gordon is even remotely worried about getting their cut off the top ?? These guys and Corbett aren't even good liars and con men.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 2:10 pm
and stop acting all outraged and surprised at the mess he has created. It's all part of the "big plan" to starve neighborhood schools and charter-ize the remains. We all know he's wringing his hands in public while sniggering to himself. It's all part of the plan....
Submitted by Vera (not verified) on August 1, 2013 2:39 pm
So why is Hite spending all his time expanding Charter Schools; damn the cost. And inventing fake school grades to make the public schools look bad. This concern and anger seems a bit inconsistent with his actions. But I guess he was hoping the ill-educated people would not notice all his work against their interest and on behalf of the charter operators who own his black soul. What was that soul sold for? Why not let the parent speak about the school report cards Hite??? They annoy you?? They disturb your sleep???
Submitted by Nina (not verified) on August 1, 2013 4:46 pm
So true. Typical shenanigans once again. I agree. The charter-ize plan is alive and well nationwide. As usual, the children lose.
Submitted by Joe K. (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:37 pm
Vera--Bullies hate and are afraid of pushback. The more of this, the better and yes, Hite is nothing more than a talking head for charters. That's why he's here. Being black bought him a little time but the honeymoon is hopefully over. Heck, it took years for people to see Mutter's true "colors." These guys, Corbett and the SRC are shills for the big shot callers. Put Obama in that group too.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 2:23 pm
I suppose cutting his salary, and his staff the 13% he is "offering" the teachers is out of the question. Hite, you are a hypocrite and a phony.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 3:38 pm
Why is art, music, and sports being returned if they can't open schools? sounds like their priorities are completely off .
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 4:24 pm
Hite should leave immediately the SDP along with SRC.
Submitted by linda (not verified) on August 1, 2013 7:37 pm
and what then? Linda K.
Submitted by Go-Eagles (not verified) on August 1, 2013 10:29 pm
That's a very good question. Get rid of the SRC and the money will dry up for SDP, but not necessarily for the charter schools. Charter school operators get paid first. Don't believe me, just look at Chester Upland. Didn't Knudsen lay it out for 40% of SDP to be charters? Seems like they are almost there. Wasn't the SRC formed in 2001 due to a huge budget deficit (and that was before anybody thought about the privatization of public schools)? Dissolve the SRC and SDP will be the next Detroit Public School system.
Submitted by Philly Activist (not verified) on August 2, 2013 9:41 am
The direction from the beginning of the formation of the SRC was to privatize education in Philadelphia. Ridge and his good friend and contributor Chris Whittle - Edison Schools along with John Perzel were masterminds of this plan. Community Charters started to form and where are they now? It is all corporate under the guise of "non-profit." The vision of competitive schools became the greed of the corporate world. We stood up to and knocked out Edison while the charters continued to open.
Submitted by Go-Eagles (not verified) on August 2, 2013 2:14 pm
Philly Activist - You need to look at the bigger picture with charter schools throughout the state and not just the ones in Philly. Just like there are good and public schools, there are good and bad charter schools. Philly is much different than the charter schools here in the western parts of the state. I remember 30 years ago, many urban school districts had magnet schools with LIMITED seats with a first come, first serve basis. Then, they went to a lottery system. If you did not get in, you were stuck with your school. The system would deny a parent and student those opportunities. I call that discrimination. I make mention of this because it is analogous to what ultimately happened with charter schools. The formation of charter schools was ill conceived from the get-go on many fronts. I remember it when it went down 10 to 15 years ago. In essence, it opened a can of worms. Charter schools became defacto magnet schools. Demand has exceeded supply. The parents are making the decision here to opt out of SDP. SDP is opening more seats. You know it and I know that those seats will be filled by students. Hite and the SRC will continue to open more seats until nobody starts to fill those seats. Once again, supply and demand. Ten years ago, nobody would have thought that a mass exodus of 55,000 students or 28% of all students would leave the district for charter schools or come from parochial schools. You can bet the house, nobody and I repeat nobody would have thought that students would have left parochial schools for charter schools. http://www.edexcellence.net/commentary/education-gadfly-daily/choice-wor... Who would have ever thought 50% of the kids in Chester Upland would be in charter schools? I don't buy into the conspiracy that folks like Hite, Broad, PSP want the whole pie. They only wanted a small piece of the pie (like $741 million out of $3.2 billion) and leave the crumbs to somebody else. I also don't have a problem with a corporation making money on public education and it seems like 55,000 other people don't have a problem with it as well. What's the problem? It's all water under the bridge. Thank you for your post.
Submitted by Ken Derstine on August 3, 2013 12:45 am
If there is not coordination going on, why is Chicago experiencing the exactly the same tactics as Philadelphia?: CPS starving its schools to justify privatization http://tinyurl.com/lnd87u2 Also see: Who is Eli Broad and why is he trying to destroy public education? http://www.defendpubliceducation.net/
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on July 10, 2014 2:40 pm

Zogby was the head of the PA Dept. of Ed. when Chester was sold to Edison. The one school that didn't got with them was Tob Farms, ironcially the one school that didn't do poorly in when tested. Despite the extra money Zogby gave Edison and the change in rules Edison was a washout. Corbett's gang took over and his largest single political contributor, Vahan Gureghian, opend Chester Community Charter. They bombed out on the PSSA test once their tests were monitored. The overal charter experiment has failed because it was suppose to apply to all schools, but charters get a pass that public schools do not. The oversight for charters has been miserable. 

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 10:30 pm
Commissioners maintained a tense silence when asked directly by several speakers why they haven't been more outspoken -- or even why they didn't resign in protest -- over a financial rescue package from Harrisburg that fell far short of what they requested and primarily relies on city rather than state revenue. And they also declined to answer questions about whether they agree -- or indeed, had asked for -- the legislature's decision to demand changes in the teachers' contract before releasing most of the additional funds for this year being made available, including a one-time $45 million payment and the opportunity to take out a $50 million loan against future sales tax revenue. "The state is saying, yes, we have the money, but no, we're not giving it to you. We want to know if that is the official position of the SRC," asked retired teacher Lisa Haver in public testimony. The commissioners did not answer. Holly Otterbein of NewsWorks contributed reporting to this story. Hite is being...disingenuous about all of this. Neither he nor any member of the SRC has publicly demanded that the Governor or the legislature fund the schools as the state constitution mandates. Neither Hite nor any member of the SRC is demanding that the Governor release that $45 million which is being used as a club to wield against the union. When Hite tried to justify laying off 3800 people, he said that he would not spend money he did not have. But that is exactly what he is doing now--saying we have money from city taxes which have not yet been collected and that we have have money which the Governor is refusing to hand over. If he is really sincere, he would at least be publicly demanding that the Governor release that $45 million. Until then, crocodile tears. Lisa
Submitted by Philly Activist (not verified) on August 2, 2013 9:09 am
Can anyone tell me where the $33 Million was found in the District? All of a sudden money materialized out of the blue. The SRC are puppets being controlled by the puppeteers - Corporate Corbett and Nutter. Why do you think they rubber stamp everything before them? The only voices we have been hearing asking pertinent questions are Joe Dworetsky and Feather Houstoun.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 4:33 pm
Having 200 secretaries return without other secretaries and other vital support staff signal the unlikelihood of schools opening on time. PFT should encourage the 200 rehired secretaries to NOT return to work. It is understandable that people need to work...need to earn a salary, but this rebellion has to begin somewhere. We must resist falling in line to this divide and conquer tactic.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 4:00 pm
Where is Jerry Jordan? Oh, he went on vacation. Honestly, I didn't think he actually ever came off vacation. As the District, contract mess continues Jordan thought he deserves a beach break. I thought I distinctly remember Jordan stating the PFT leadership will be working hard and long all summer. Everyone can enjoy a vacation -just not at this crucial time when you're the lead negotiator. Just shows how much he really cares about the union or more important members. Email Jerry Jordan and ask what's going on with the contract. layoffs, grievances, and all the other shady stuff the District does.You won't get a reply (no transparency) but demand anyway. Email Jordan at : jjordan@pft.org and execoffice@pft.org
Submitted by BellaVistaMama (not verified) on August 1, 2013 5:42 pm
The school district's hideous financial problems were in motion long before Hite came on board. He's playing the hand he was dealt, trying to make the numbers add up in a politically byzantine situation. Right now the number's don't add up. It hasn't since ackerman left us with $600 million debt and the state decided not to pick up the tab for lost federal stimulus funding. The school district doesn't have the funding it needs to operate, and it can't/shouldn't borrow what it needs for operating expenses. The teacher's union negotiations will be hell and will not be enough. The pols are going to have to cough up more funding. And I bet we're going to either a) have a hellish school opening or b) have a delayed school opening before they do.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:38 pm
Hite was fully aware of the hand(s) being dealt when he signed on.....make no mistake or excuses on his behalf. All the people in highly paid admin are also privy to playing out the rules of this losing game the rest of us currently bear witness to while they prepare to wipe the floor with the teachers and administrators we know in our neighborhood schools. If things are SO BAD in SDP, why are Hite's cronies flocking in here from their presumably successful jobs in MD? Extended Stay must have its hands full these days!
Submitted by Annonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:19 pm
Maybe Hite had to leave Maryland - "Md. woman wants to serve Hite with another lawsuit" http://articles.philly.com/2013-06-12/news/39901358_1_county-school-boar... There are also age and race discrimination law suits against Hite.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:08 pm
If you look at the (recently posted) list of Asst Supers for "small learning academy" (SLA)/ formerly regions/ formerly clusters, you will see at least three are coming in from Prince George's County or wherever the hay in MD these people squirm in from.....why? Why would folk with their credentials, if not skill, move to SDP during a crisis if it were not going to be professionally profitable for them? What do they know that the rest of us don;t because I doubt there is a teacher or school principal in the house that wouldn't prefer to work in district outside Philly right now...not that they'd up sticks and move interstate for the chance! What gives?
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 11:59 pm
Odd that , right? Hmmmm, pondering here .......
Submitted by Concerned Citizen (not verified) on August 1, 2013 5:43 pm
Not only will it be a disaster to open comprehensive high schools without support, large elementary and middle schools would be equally as messy! Restoring a few secretaries is a temporary fix!
Submitted by linda (not verified) on August 1, 2013 7:38 pm
"I will not be irresponsible in putting students into environments that are not able to serve their needs," Hite said in an interview Wednesday. BUT HITE IS..that is what comes with the job sir. Linda K.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 8:28 pm
Jerry being on vacation is a great negotiating point. Let them stew in their mess for a while. I hope they can't open the schools on time. They will blame the PFT anyway. Let's see a strike by all SDP employees not just the PFT. Maybe the city unions should also strike at the same time.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 2, 2013 2:43 pm
Great idea. Thats about the only way corbett can win a second term. No one in the rest of the state wants to feed philly's interest group ridden machine.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:23 pm
HEY JERRY JORDAN,BRING US BACK SOME SALT WATER TAFFY AND FUNNEL CAKES WILL YAH! !!!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 1, 2013 9:38 pm
Hite has failed in his mission. How will he be held accountable? The SRC will likely give him a bonus.
Submitted by Philly Parent and Teacher (not verified) on August 2, 2013 12:42 pm
Where is the "Coalition for Effective Teaching" regarding funding? They - Phila. Coalition for Children and Youth (PCCY), NAACP (or at least Jerry Mondesire), Aspira, Congreso, Urban League, Phila. Ed. Fund, United Way, and the conductor - Philadelphia School "Partnership" - have made headlines regarding work rule changes for teachers, elimination of seniority, etc. but nothing on money. Why the silence? Is it because Gleason / "Partnership" have attempted to used their power to hold state money hostage unless teachers acquiesce?
Submitted by Ron Whitehorne on August 4, 2013 3:23 pm

To be fair PCCY has been active in lobbying for funding even as they have pushed this agenda.    But your larger point is true.   The Partnership has successfully won many education advocacy groups and now traditional civil rights organizations as well to focus on these issues while the far more central question of full and fair funding gets short shrift.

Submitted by anonymous (not verified) on August 5, 2013 9:10 am
Coalitions, partnerships, and collaborations.... aligning themselves with corporations. Civil rights groups, PCCY... Watch individuals and new groups form as the truth seekers refuse to bow to these forces. The battle for public schools for all students will continue and the grassroots activists will persevere as traditional advocacy groups sell their souls to the powerful. Do something active and concrete today. Do not wait for anyone. Time is running out.
Submitted by Philly Parent and Teacher (not verified) on August 5, 2013 10:11 am
The so-called "Partnership" is responsible only to those who provide its millions. There is NO transparency or public input into their decision. At this point, right wing privateers like the "Partnership" are making decisions for public schools.Just look at the school closing / openings / funding decision this year in Philadelphia. If these groups let the "Partnership" take the lead and voice the agenda of the "Partnerships" funders, they are not working for fair and equitable funding of public schools. Groups and leaders aligning themselves with the "Partnership" are letting democracy take a pass for a grant. ( Peter Buffett's the Charitable - Industrial Complex - http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/opinion/the-charitable-industrial-comp...)
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 2, 2013 12:59 pm
I have a question. I get PFT texts all the time. But I have received nothing regarding the upcoming community meetings and the Labor Day meeting. I stumbled onto this information by reading Notebook comments, and verified it by going to the PFT website. Shouldn't e-mails/texts be sent out regarding these meetings? How many people are going to show up on Labor Day when nobody's been notified? Seems foolish.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 4, 2013 6:02 am
The PFT update email was sent July 19. The first time the Labor Day meeting was announced.
Submitted by SMH (not verified) on August 4, 2013 9:20 am
This was NOT the first time the Labor Day meeting was announced! It was announced at the June meeting. Show the hell up people!!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 5, 2013 11:27 am
So, what else was "announced" at that June 20 meeting? Members who were able to go only heard that there was going to be a Sept. 2 general membership meeting? Is that the only thing that was discussed? For exactly what did people "show the hell up"?? Was there any NEW information other than what we already knew are the district's contract proposals? See, not everyone COULD go on June 20 -- some things can't be cancelled, however, I care very much about my membership in the PFT and expected to at least get some kind of follow-up about what was discussed at the June 20 meeting, but absolutely not one word was communicated immediately afterwards. Not one teacher at my school even talked about that June 20 meeting, including the building rep. Teachers who I'd spoken with at other schools had, and still don't have, anything to say about the contract. So, yes, it was the July 19 email that gave me the heads up about the Sept. 2 general membership meeting. It was to be expected that there would be a "horrific" showing on June 20 -- layoffs and forced transfers were already announced; retirees were already one foot and four toes out the door; and site-selection was in progress after starting a month late. It's the younger teachers who are the ones to worry about, you know, the 23 to 26 year olds who are still on their parents' healthcare plans and who may still be living at home. Was there a large showing of young teachers on June 20? (Just asking.) They probably won't care about the pay cuts and may vote "yes" to what the district is proposing because they're the least affected by concessions. I'm not saying "all" young teachers, but a large majority may have that mentality. Any vote on September 2 could be a nightmare! And, yes, I will be there. Anyone who complains about it being Labor Day should not be in the union!
Submitted by SMH (not verified) on August 4, 2013 9:17 am
If you showed up to the June meeting you would have heard about the Labor day meeting. Stop complaining about the lack of information if you don't bother to attend scheduled meetings.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 4, 2013 12:04 pm
Hey hateful, I didn't attend the June meeting because I had an interview scheduled after being force transferred. Keep your rage to yourselves.
Submitted by SMH (not verified) on August 5, 2013 7:48 am
Interviews can be rescheduled! The turnout was horrific. Everyone has excuses. United we stand but obviously we are divided so we will fall with people like you in our union.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on July 10, 2014 2:50 pm

And nobody has excuses the way the PFT has excuses. I have too much work to be going to yet another meeting where Jerry's kids huff and puff, but do nothing. I'm tired of building reps that defend the principal instead of the paying PFT members they are suppose to represent. Nothing has changed since the 90s when I first heard the PFT's excuses. They have to be dragged kicking and screaming into the offices to get them to do something for their members. Things that are clear violations are ignored. We need fighters, that's what the PFT is suppose to do.

Submitted by linda (not verified) on August 4, 2013 10:35 pm
Deos your PFT rep at your school have every member's personal email?....if so that person is also responsible to forward the 411 from the PFT web to you.....you can also register as a member and then you will get it as it comes and not have to wait on someone....I too think it is silly to meet on Labor Day and wonder how that will affect the turn out.....I plan to go and hope that you are able to attend.....many of my good friends have been forced transfered or retired with only a few getting the acutal axe.....good luck to to regardless Linda K.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 5, 2013 4:23 pm
Thank you for your supportive, rational, and kind words. I will be there on Labor Day. I really hope people start to understand that attacking each other is NOT the way to turn this situation around.
Submitted by Consejera (not verified) on August 2, 2013 2:18 pm
Hite has already told us... schools will not open on time. We will not be paid for the month of September while they work this mess out. What a huge savings that will be!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 4, 2013 4:39 pm
Are you serious or just shooting off?
Submitted by linda (not verified) on August 4, 2013 10:47 pm
and he will look the fool with all those kids in the streets...school will open Linda K.
Submitted by James Rick (not verified) on August 4, 2013 10:20 pm
I've not hear anything of the sort. Please cite the source for this alarming news.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 3, 2013 11:05 pm
Disgraceful!!!!
Submitted by F16 Falcon (not verified) on August 4, 2013 6:40 pm
Well, if schools don't open on time, are we eligible for unemployment during that period? Also, in the event of a strike, is it still 20 school days the max period for a walkout..So hypothetically speaking, we are talking about a period that could extend into Fall, all leading to (I hate to sound negative here) the PFT caving for the 13% cuts. I've taught for 8 years (second career). I just hope this won't be my last.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on August 11, 2013 12:09 pm
I wish Jordan would come out and tell teachers now that the big vote at Temple is about extending the contract by 3 months. Who wants to strike in the Winter???? DO it now and get it over with. No unemployment unless your terminated. You should get a $100 per week each teacher from the strike fund.
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I think this countdown seems to be quite entertaining and i wish for the next countdown for more excitement . . . .
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