Schools Chief Executive Barbara Byrd-Bennett said Friday that the district was not banning the book, by Marjane Satrapi, but had decided that it was "not appropriate for general use" in the seventh grade curriculum.
What does BBB stand for?
BBB stands for Barbara Byrd-Bennett (Ohio)
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Barbara Byrd-Bennett, CEO of the Chicago Public School System, said in a statement that the implementation of a new sexual health education policy will help the students in building a foundation of knowledge that can guide them not just in the preadolescent and adolescent years, but throughout their lives, she added.
Midway through the 1998--99 school year the district's new CEO, Barbara Byrd-Bennett, who was hired from the New York City school district, promoted the person who was supposed to facilitate the development of the councils to a newly created administrative post.
In Ohio, for example, Barbara Byrd-Bennett, superintendent of Cleveland Public Schools, in a recent television interview commented, "I think that we do need a standard measure.
There is much to miss about any home, but Barbara Byrd-Bennett s home happens to be New York City.