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Blogs: Stimulus Trickle, Oakland Bargaining

Education stimulus funds only a trickle EdNews CO
Only $7 million out of $312 million in federal stimulus funds for education has actually been paid out to Colorado districts.

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South Philadelphia High School principal LaGreta Brown, who has been notably silent during the recent controversy regarding the safety of Asian students, once received a “no-confidence” vote from her faculty when she was principal of Atlantic City High School.

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The Oakland Education Association is demanding a 15 percent raise over three years in its teacher contract negotiations.

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FYI, from someone who contributes to an Oakland schools' listserv:

"Mike Antonucci is a boorish anti-teachers' union watchdog that heads-up the Education Intelligence Agency (a one man show, actually, though he does have well-placed moles in many places). He particularly likes to report on the work of the [Oakland's teachers union as they] have been leaders, both statewide and nationally, on several issues, whether they be NCLB, high-stakes testing, militarism in schools, charters, privatization etc."

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