Such dollars are "a huge opportunity," said David Plank, executive director of Policy Analysis for California Education, an independent research group. "But the devil's bargain was that it could only happen at a time when schools were under such duress that their enthusiasm for innovation -- however intense it was to begin with -- is greatly reduced." READ MORE FROM THE VOICE OF SAN DIEGO.
Thursday, April 9, 2009
IN THE NEWS: Schools Urged to Get Creative with Stimulus Dough
As money from the federal stimulus bill trickles out to schools in
, districts are being urged to devise new and innovative reforms -- a sticky prospect for schools that have been squarely focused on the dismal business of simply staying intact. San Diego County
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