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, [.
By Doug Martin The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation is fighting to keep its recently hired Boston-based Mass Insight Education turnaround company. Mass Insight Education was h ired last year for $600,000 to help “turn aroun... 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