Good morning and it was a great talk by Diane Ravitch last night. I'll have a wrap-up.
A new program from Seattle Police: Do We Have Your Bike? via Twitter.
Right now, SPD has about 500 “found” bikes in storage at our Evidence
Warehouse. Each one of those bikes was abandoned somewhere in the city,
then later recovered by officers. We may have your bike, and we’d like
to reunite you with your wheels.
Also, from the State of Washington, the Governor's office has an initiative, Results Washington, where you can register ideas on five goal ideas including "World Class Education." (Still hate that "world-class" term which Diane Ravitch can easily refute.) They seriously want the ideas so let them know.
The other initiative is The Great Washington Shake Out on October 17th to practice earthquake drills (So far SPS has not registered to participate and it's only Bryant, South Shore, Stevens Wedgwood and West Woodland that have registered.) Good ideas here about how to react during an earthquake and resources to be prepared.
What's on your mind?