Enrollment counts up to September 22.
Best Practices for Inclusive Schools
Conference hosted by Seattle Special Ed PTSA. Saturday, Oct. 17 in the John Stanford Center Auditorium. Info on Seattle Spec Ed PTSA: http://www.seattlespecialedptsa.org/
Key Ingredients for Successful Students
September’s Child Advocate magazine is now online. Please share the link:
The state PTSA has a Legislative Assembly in early October. Here are the topics up for discussion.
So what are the next steps are for basic ed funding? Teacher compensation? Get background info, learn how to advocate, and help determine state PTA priorities. Up for vote: Fund education first; increase funding for highly capable; allow weighted GPA.
Also of interest from our discussion about the NCTQ:
Community forum: Student learning and great teaching
Wednesday, Oct. 14
Doors open at 5:30; pizza at 6; program 6:30-8 p.m.
Campion Tower Ballroom, Seattle University Campus, 914 E. Jefferson St.
The Alliance for Education invites you to participate in a community forum to explore a report by the National Council on Teaching Quality, titled Human Capital in Seattle Public Schools.
The forum will include a presentation of the report by Kate Walsh, Executive Director of NCTQ, followed by roundtable discussions about what this report means for our community and students.
To register, request information, contact Rachel Hug at 206-205-2322 or Rachel@alliance4ed.org