2 edition of Certain personnel practices in the Chicago public schools found in the catalog.
Certain personnel practices in the Chicago public schools
National Commission for the Defense of Democracy through Education (U.S.)
by National Commission for the Defense of Democracy Through Education of the National Education Association of the United States in Washington, D. C
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||National Commission for the Defense of Democracy Through Education of the National Education Association of the United States.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||66|
This non-profit organization addresses policy questions, provides technical assistance, and shares information about school management practices, regulatory procedures, and training models. Located at Utah State University in Logan, it also strives to improve the recruitment, deployment, supervision, and career development of paraeducators. Teacher, Baltimore City Public Schools, Maryland Stanley Truman Pupil Personnel Worker & Maryland State Discipline Committee, Montgomery County, Maryland Restorative Practices Working Group Acknowledgements We are grateful to the thousands of youth, parents and educators who have led the movement away from zero-tolerance discipline policies in.
This doesn’t include fees charged by the school for lost or damaged textbooks. In addition to textbook rental charges, some school fees must be waived as well. A “school fee” is any charge collected by a public school from a student for participating in any curricular or extracurricular program or activity. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot responded to an audit by Inspector General Joe Ferguson that accused the Chicago Police Department of continuing to operate in schools without oversight and training.
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Certain personnel practices in the Chicago public schools. Washington, D.C.: National Commission for the Defense of Democracy Through Education of the National Education Association of the United States, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Commission for the Defense of Democracy through Education (U.S.).
An initiative by the Chicago public schools to expand the school day by 90 minutes is off to a slow start, garnering participation from less than 3 percent of eligible elementary schools so far Author: Julie Rasicot.
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The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) have initiated a number of reforms to reduce the use of exclusionary practices that remove students from the classroom, like suspensions.
This report, the first in a series on discipline practices in CPS, provides an overview of the use of suspensions and. policy on accommodations for student religious practices: 11/28/ po4: policy on chicago public schools' ownership of intellectual property: 3/22/ po2: policy on granting credit towards graduation for courses taken outside of the chicago public schools: 8/28/ po6: policy on indebtedness.
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