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New Haven clergy: Too few black men in school leadership

March 21, 2015 – The low number of black men working in the school district, including in leadership positions, has a damaging effect on the perception of equality and equity in the New Haven school system, according to clergy members (New Haven Register). »

In Youth Stat, “green” & “red” kids on the radar

March 19, 2015 – The city of New Haven set up Youth Stat to allow teachers, administrators, social workers, cops, probation officers, and others to share information on students having a hard time and strategize how to address those problems (New Haven Independent). »

Rabinowitz a finalist for state commissioner job

March 19, 2015 – Bridgeport interim Schools Superintendent Fran Rabinowitz is one of three finalists to become the next commissioner of the state's Department of Education (The Connecticut Post). »

What would you choose: A school nurse or a copier?

March 18, 2015 – As UTLA and LAUSD continue contract negotiations, E4E-Los Angeles teacher Phylis Hoffman points out that every student deserves access to adequate support staff like counselors, nurses and librarians (Education Week's Teaching While Leading blog). »

E4E Teachers Talk Back: Lovelyn Marquez-Prueher

March 18, 2015 – In this conversation with E4E-Los Angeles Outreach Director Claire Blide, Lovelyn, recently named a California Teacher of the Year, shares why she decided to join the 2015 E4E-Los Angeles Teacher Policy Team on the transition to the Common Core. »

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