Monthly Archives: April 2009

Those Clever Charterites!

Chris Mahoney, the instructional leader at Charter Learning Center, sent me an email the other day describing a very clever fund-raising/awareness-raising endeavor at the CLC: a fun(d) run to Sacramento! The goal is to raise money for the CLC, and … Continue reading

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A Plea for Reason and Tolerance

Concern is continuing to grow over how to accommodate the surge in kindergarten enrollments for next year. The Board had a discussion of the issue last Thursday, although it took no action, instead asking staff to evaluate certain options. Recommendations … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget the Beam

I’ve always liked this biblical quote: And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own? It’s applicable to the District’s and Board’s current handling of the unusually … Continue reading

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