What makes a good school? We talk with teachers at a small high school in Brooklyn, NY. They say it's more than just the size of a school.
Archive for December, 2010
High School for Violin and Dance principal Tanya John says "size matters" when it comes to the number of students in a school building. Smaller schools create communities that breed success for students.
Reporter John Tulenko talks with a teacher from a large, under-performing school slated to be closed in the upcoming year and a former principal from another such school.
When Toledo Teacher’s Union President Dal Lawrence implemented PAR or Peer Assistance and Review in his school district, he was met with skepticism. The program had a rocky start, but the union leader persevered to usher in this controversial change.