At the same time, her eldest child was about to become a kindergartner. Ryan said she toured 10 public schools and four private schools, and then set her heart on the nearest public elementary, Alvarado. It's considered a high-performing school because it scored 812 points on the state Academic Performance Index, surpassing the standard of excellence, 800. … [Read more...] about Lots of toddlers, fewer school-age kids in S.F.
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It’s unclear how much the district will spend on new signage, repainted sports fields or gym floors, athletic, band or other uniforms, and other administrative costs. But based on other districts across the country, it could cost San Francisco at least $1 million to rename the 44 school sites and potentially significantly more. … [Read more...] about Washington and Lincoln are out. S.F. school board tosses 44 school names in controversial move
Teachers and staff for K-8 were due in class this week for students' Feb. 1 return, but the union overwhelmingly voted to reject in-person learning over the weekend. Even after the district pushed their in-person start date to Wednesday, an agreement couldn't be reached. District officials haven't set a date for high school students' return. … [Read more...] about Chicago’s plan to reopen schools hits another barrier as union threatens strike
Replacing signage at the 44 schools will cost more than $400,000, according to the Courthouse News. The price tag could also go up to around $1 million for schools to get new activity uniforms, repaint gymnasium floors, etc., according to the Chronicle. The district is facing a budget deficit. … [Read more...] about San Francisco school board votes to rename schools honoring Washington, Lincoln, Feinstein, others
A majority of parents are satisfied with the learning options that DPS is offering Two-thirds of parents feel that their student is learning less online. The feeling that children are learning less is prevalent among all parents across Denver, encompassing all school board districts Nearly 1-in-6 (17%) of Denver parents say they have moved their child out of DPS remote learning either through homeschooling, transferring to a private school, or enrolling in another district The average child is engaged in live, real time instruction with a teacher for four hours or less per day Parents are most likely to feel that their child misses or has a hard time understanding lessons or that their child doesn’t interact or engage online Regular live access to teachers, lessons, and office hours are the most helpful for families navigating online learning during the pandemic In addition, TEN conducted a survey from mid-December to mid-January, while not randomized, involved 650 Colorado … [Read more...] about Online Poll Finds Nearly 1 In 6 Parents Has Moved Child Out Of Denver Public Schools