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Hartford Schools chief stepping down

September 8, 2016 – Superintendent Narvaez announced that she will be leaving the district just nine days into the school year to take a federal schools job based in Okinawa, leaving the district searching quickly for a replacement (Hartford Courant). »

State Board of Education approves new evaluation system for schools

September 8, 2016 – “Equity is Marco’s mom being able to read the evaluation rubric and making an informed decision for herself,” said E4E-Los Angeles member Tunji Adebayo about new report cards that go beyond test scores and offer easy-to-read evaluations (L... »

Divided America: In recovery, poor schools are left behind

September 7, 2016 – Since the economic downturn in 2008, state funding levels have not bounced back to pre-recession levels, causing increased disparities between whiter, wealthier districts and more diverse, less affluent districts (Crain’s Chicago Business). »

Court orders far-reaching reforms for public schools

September 7, 2016 – A Superior Court judge found that Connecticut "is defaulting on its constitutional duty" to fairly educate its poorest students in a sweeping ruling that mandates the legislature to make numerous changes in the next 180 days (Hartford Courant). »

E4E Teachers Talk Back: Nandini Dev

September 6, 2016 – Nandini Dev is in her 13th year of teaching and is currently working at Bell Senior High School. In this conversation with E4E-Los Angeles Outreach Directors Claire Blide and Rafael Jimeno, Nandini shares what drew her to the classroom and why she decided t... »

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