Published in the Delaware County Daily Times Delaware County’s Daily Newspaper May 30, 2019 By Joseph Batory, Times Columnist (As someone who had a 25 year career in educational leadership, I observed hundreds of teachers interacting with students in their classrooms. So…I have often been asked about what makes a great teacher. Below is […]
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By Joseph Batory Published in the Delaware County Daily Times May 20, 2019 Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court had dismissed a major lawsuit challenging the State system of public education funding in 2015 (William Penn School District et al. v. PA Department of Education et al). It was filed in 2014 by the Education Law Center […]
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The Rotary Foundation of Philadelphia, the charity arm of the Rotary Club of Philadelphia, has just completed distribution of its annual grant awards for fiscal year, 2018-2019. More than $32,000.00 has been distributed among 20 different needy organizations in the Philadelphia community and beyond. “Our outreach via small grant awards is a meaningful way to […]
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Published in the Center City Concerned Citizens Review May 2019 By Joseph Batory A research study by the Rockefeller Foundation’s (In Pursuit of Better Schools) analyzing public education funding nationally has revealed significant inequalities among school systems across the United States with differences ranging in per pupil funding ranging from […]
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