Deadline to file public comment on new charter applications with the SRC is February 1. Email comments to: email@example.com— Philadelphia Schools (@PhillyEducation) January 29, 2015
Now that both rounds of hearings for 40 new charter school applicants are over, the School District posted the evaluations for the proposed schools today.
People can look through the reports and submit public comment by Sunday, Feb. 1, three days from now. Comments can be emailed, dropped off at District headquarters, or mailed.
Vera Primus breathed a sigh of relief late Wednesday morning before leaving a first-floor meeting room inside Philadelphia School District headquarters.
For nearly two hours, she and other members of a grassroots coalition had listened to comments and taken questions on the nearly 100-page application they had submitted for a new independent charter school in Germantown.
I'm a big believer in rituals. Whether they're for people like us to get through the day, or for households, companies, or communities, rituals are a deep, human way of creating rhythm, focus and touchstones in what otherwise might feel like confusion.
I talked recently to a Philadelphia public school teacher who relies on ritual in his high-performance workplace.
Andrew Phillips is a licensed architect and a full-time design teacher at Philadelphia's Charter High School for Architecture & Design in Center City. The school was created by the Philadelphia chapter of the American Institute of Architects to increase the role of minorities in design and architecture. Its students mostly come from lower-income backgrounds.
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