“Most teachers in our study felt overloaded by the number of students, number of course preparations, paperwork, and the constant requirements of new initiatives,” the report concluded in part.
Nearly every Richmonder will say education is one of the most important issues facing our city and know there is an opportunity to see behind the budget curtain.
The school is one of eight nationwide that will participate in the group with the goal of attaining the highest level of health for all people.
ChildSavers received the top grant, totaling $500,000 for their work with RPS.
Participants will tour one of the schools as part of a symposium called “Rethinking Leadership.”
University cites RamBikes and other programs providing easier bicycle access for students as contributing factors.
You can submit comments at a public meeting or via an online survey.
Bus drivers, school nutrition workers, and custodians are needed.
The study was commissioned to “build a deeper understanding of the district’s budget and help identify opportunities to maximize the budget for student success.”
Submit your thoughts via an online survey through November 28th.