Saturday, March 28, 2009

School board approves budget that spends more on NBCTs

An Alabama school district has increased its budget by nearly $1 million in the upcoming fiscal year to pay bonuses to National Board Certified Teachers. Officials said the money likely will be supplemented by state and federal funding. Shelby County Reporter (Columbiana, Ala.)

It's not all bad news for us. I'm still hopeful that they will come up with something to support and encourage more DCPS teachers to become National Board Certified; something that's good for kids and fair to teachers :)

Two points more, got to get back to writing my last entry. I really don't know why I decided to redo an entire entry when I could have just taken a computer based assessment. Well, I am more confident with what I am doing now. We'll see the results in November. Wish me some luck!

No comments:

Promethean Planet


The following is the opinion of the writer and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, or individual. Any view or opinion represented in the blog comments are personal and is accredited to the respective commentor / visitor to this blog. This blogger reserves the right to moderate comment suitability in support of respecting racial, religious and political sensitivities, and in order to protect the rights of each commentor where available.