Saturday, March 10, 2012

What does being a good citizen mean to you as it relates to public education?

Human resources...teachers, administrators, special education teachers, school librarians, guidance counselors, tutors, mentors, volunteers, parents, and community members; so, what does good citizenship mean to you as it pertains to supporting academic achievement of publicly educated students?

We face an abundance of public school challenges.

Academic achievement is not all about money...really, it's not. Take a look at the Lower Merion School District who has nearly $30,000 per student to spend on educating all students yet there's been a significant achievement gap since the No Child Left Behind legislation.

Talk to me.