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Office of Public Witness, Public Education Network (PEN), Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Rural School and Community Trust, Save Our Schools March and National Call to Action, United Methodist Church, General Board for Church and Society, United Church of Christ Justice & Witness Ministries, Youth on Board - Somerville, Massachusetts.
uk The Citi Foundation, a philanthropic unit of Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C), together with the San Francisco Education Fund, the Academy for Educational Development (AED), and Public Education Network (PEN), has announced the launch of the Citi Postsecondary Success Programme (CPSP).
A new Civic Index for Quality Public Education, developed by the Public Education Network (PEN), offers municipal officials and other local leaders an online tool to measure community support for public schools.
The program is supported by the Public Education Network and is modeled after a project by the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, a Kentucky-based advocacy group for school reform.
The Public Education Network surveyed teachers in West Virginia who were required by their states to get a visit from a mentor every week.
Four years ago, the Public Education Network and Education Week began a series of annual public opinion polls to find out more about what public education means to our society and what we can do as voters, citizens, taxpayers and public officials to ensure quality education for all young people.
On Campus and the Civil Rights in Public Education Network announced at a news conference Thursday that parents have called them claiming the district violated its own Proposition 227 implementation policy.
Harris was instrumental in launching the Newark Trust for Education as a local education fund--one of 80 LEFs operating in 36 states, serving over 12 million students that are part of the Public Education Network (PEN) - by organizing and supporting a two-year process that involved more than 100 Newark community stakeholders.