Legislature must get serious about pension reform
Employers in the Philadelphia area know that public pension reform is needed if we are to grow our economy and improve government operations. Without legislative action soon, our pension obligations will continue to consume larger portions of the state budget and further strain the ability of state, county, and municipal governments, as well as school districts, to maintain, let alone improve, basic services. Today, the state and school employee retirement systems of
My two years teaching at an inner-city high school through Teach for America (TFA) left me wondering: Do we have a problem of ineffective teachers, as is commonly claimed, or is there something rotten at the heart of the system, which sets new teachers up for likely failure?
Location: Southern Lehigh High School
Time: 8 AM - 3 PM Each Day(Registration starts at 7:30 AM. Keynote starts at 8:00 AM.)