The U.S. Department of Education announced the 150 participating school districts for its conference on labor-management collaboration Feb 15-16 in Denver, Colorado. The broad cross section of participating districts selected by the Department closely mirrors the make-up of our nation’s schools. Approximately 34 percent are from cities, 34 percent from suburbs, 8 percent from towns, [.
If Republicans and Democrats can sit together during the State of the Union then teachers unions and districts can attend a post-Valentines Day conference in December, right? The USDE announced the list of 150 districts from 40 stat... Read Post
It’s Valentine’s Day, but some districts aren’t feeling the love for tomorrow’s big labor-management collaboration conference in Denver. The “unprecedented and potentially historic event” will proceed without the representatives fro... Read Post
An e-mail from FutureMe.org reminded PresentMe that today marks the first anniversary of the U.S. Department of Education’s Labor-Management Collaboration conference or, as I preferred to call it, Collaborpalooza. Held in Denver and... Read Post