Learn how the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) will change funding for CA public schools. Learn more about the new funding formula and find out how SFUSD is gathering input from families to create its Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).
So we know teachers. We get teachers. We know what happens in classrooms, and we know what teachers do. We know which teachers are effective, we know which teachers left lasting impressions, we know which teachers changed our lives, and we know which teachers sucked.
We know. We know which teachers changed lives for the better. We know which teachers changed lives for the worse.
Teaching as a profession has no mystery. It has no mystique. It has no respect.” – Sarah Blaine
A few years ago, my daughters and I were very lucky to participate in our school’s first Chinese New Year Fundraiser, an amazing event sponsored by Jean Parker Elementary’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). This event is now entering its third year, and I am still not aware of any other like it in the city.
Over the past few weeks there has been quite a bit of conversation on the topic of SFUSD and UESF’s budget negotiations. With the prospect
(This is the third and final blog post on becoming a school volunteer. Click here to see the previous post in this series.) By now,
(This is the second blog post on becoming a school volunteer. Click here to see the first in this series.) So you’ve made the decision
(This article is the first in a series of three on becoming a school volunteer.) Let’s face it, with school budgets shrinking and teacher workload
Christmas Comes Early for Jean Parker Elementary Students: An Early Gift Last week my daughters came home from kindergarten with an INCREDIBLE bag full of