Teachers create website to document District's budget crisis
By the Notebook on Apr 14, 2014 10:20 AM
by Kevin McCorry for NewsWorks
Criticize your boss publicly ... and your job security may be at risk.
That's the mantra many Philadelphia School District teachers follow in keeping their criticisms of the current funding crisis confined to anonymous message boards.
A student's homemade bomb explodes outside of Feltonville School of Arts and Sciences.
Locked hallway bathrooms at Lincoln High School force students to constantly invade the nurse's office.
The lack of access to a library at Science Leadership Academy pushes teachers to buy their own stockpiles of books.
These are just a few of the anecdotes related in the website's first week.