According to a report in the Meydan daily on Tuesday, the written notice sent to public schools
stated: "Some prep school teachers are trying to discredit [supplementary courses given by] public schools
while promoting dershanes, saying: 'Do not send your children to courses provided at public schools
, let us give them a scholarship.
The high court also held that the Louisiana law "advances a religious doctrine by requiring either the banishment of the theory of evolution from public school
classrooms or the presentation of a religious viewpoint that rejects evolution in its entirety."
These trailblazers of public school
advertising say the bigger challenge is convincing their own school boards that advertising is financially logical, even though most of their advertising budgets fall between $5,000 and $10,000--pennies in the larger budget bucket.
Seven out of eight black children in the state of New York attend a segregated school, according to Jonathan Kozol, an elementary school teacher and author who has been studying inner-city public schools
for more than 40 years.
Especially for public school
kids, skirmishes on the playground and the books they read can become avenues for applying Catholic teaching to real life.
I took his model, revised it, and implanted it in the Prince William County Public Schools
, Virginia, in 1988.
In 1999 the legislature had created the Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP), which allowed students in failing K-12 schools to transfer to better public schools
or to private schools with the aid of state funds.
The team that created the Blueprint included Ballet Hispanico artistic director Tina Ramirez; Nasha Thomas-Schmitt, director of arts-in-education and community outreach for The Ailey School; Mami Thomas, director of the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance; as well as public school
experts and university dance educators.
They do not take money away from the public school
There are numerous initiatives to "improve" the public school
"There is no authority for public school
officials to evaluate, approve, or verify that the private school is providing an adequate education to the children enrolled in it."
When she was denied admission into the school, she became the lead plaintiff in the suit, which would eventually dismantle segregation in America's public schools