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by Margaret Liles It was item 301 “Conduct a public hearing on a request for a material revision to the Heritage K-8 Charter School petition…) on last Thursday’s EUHS Board meeting agenda that caught my attention.
Por Don Greene Mientras que los maestros y administradores escolares están luchando a diario para educar a sus estudiantes con recursos decrecientes, parece que a los administradores de alto nivel les tiene sin cuidado el mal papel que han jugado … Continue reading
By Don Greene While teachers and school administrators are fighting on a daily basis to educate their students with diminishing resources, top-level administration seems to be completely oblivious to the detrimental role they have played by wasting district resources, namely … Continue reading
Las Escuelas Privadas Sirven para Formar una “Exclusividad” de las Familias Predominantemente Blancas y Cristianas
Por Rick Mercurio Las escuelas privadas de la zona pregonan que ofrecen “opciones” a las familias de Escondido y a todo North County. Es verdad, pero la mayoría de los padres que eligen escuelas privadas como Heritage K-8, Escondido Charter … Continue reading
by Rick Mercurio Area charter schools tout that they provide a “choice” for families in Escondido and all of North County. That is true, but large numbers of the parents who choose charters like Heritage K-8, Escondido Charter High School … Continue reading
by Rick Mercurio Profits and corporate interests are now becoming more predominant than the longstanding goals of educating well-rounded, free thinking students at our colleges and universities, according to a dedicated group of professors at Palomar College.
By Laura Johnston Kohl We have a battle taking place in the Financial Branch of our California State Universities. Faculty positions are being voiced by the California Faculty Association. In California State Universities on 23 campuses, according to the CSU … Continue reading
Access to information and change in policy for choosing board’s President warrants closer look.
by Margaret Liles EUSD School Board Members Donnellon, Harper, Gardner and Altenberg approve new charter for one of the lowest performing schools in State of CA despite objections of residents. Estimated $18 million will be diverted from higher performing district … Continue reading
By Rick Mercurio Teachers and administrators in California’s public schools earn pensions based on several factors. For some, like Dennis Snyder, the founder of three charter schools in Escondido CA, it adds up to a healthy lifetime benefit, even though … Continue reading