Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Susan Weston
186 followers
186 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
Happy endings and beginnings
| Post by Susan Perkins Weston | Ed. – a blog about excellence with equity in education , begins today as a rich new approach to Prichard Committee communication. The content plans are strong and the team commitment deep, and the work is going to be great. ...
Happy endings and beginnings
Happy endings and beginnings
prichblog.blogspot.com
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
2017 NAEP: Summarizing Group Changes
| Post by Susan Perkins Weston | Here's a summary of how Kentucky average scale scores changed from 2015 to 2017, using the NAEP data released yesterday. I don't see any way to call this strong movement toward excellence with equity. All the statistically s...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Prichard Statement on NAEP Results
This Prichard Committee statement was released this afternoon. NAEP Results Signal Serious Concern About Declining Progress in Education
Sense of Urgency Necessary to Return Kentucky to a Positive Path LEXINGTON, Ky. – The latest results from the National A...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Grade 4 NAEP Reading: Flat or Declining, Though With Some Results Better Than The Nation
| Post By Susan Perkins Weston | As noted in the previous post , Kentucky saw a decline in fourth grade reading from 2015 to 2017, as measured by the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). Those results showed no improvement for groups by Engli...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Disappointment: Kentucky’s 2017 NAEP Reading and Math Results
| Post By Susan Perkins Weston | The latest results from the National Assessment for Educational Progress, released today, show Kentucky’s students with: A declining average scale score in fourth grade reading compared to 2015 No significant change in eight...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Disappointment: Kentucky’s 2017 NAEP Reading and Math Results
| Post By Susan Perkins Weston | The latest results from the National Assessment for Educational Progress, released today, show Kentucky’s students with: A declining average scale score in fourth grade reading compared to 2015 No significant change in eight...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Pattern Continues – Enacted budget includes cuts to financial aid, postsecondary institutions
| Post by Perry Papka | Under the budget passed by the General Assembly this week, state funding for postsecondary education will be cut over the next two years, with total biennial decreases of 2.5% for financial aid resources and for institutional funding...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
P-12 sees both increases and cuts in budget bill
| Post by Susan Perkins Weston | Yesterday, the General Assembly approved a two year budget for the Commonwealth, resolving disagreements between the two chambers.  For P12 education, that budget includes a mix of increases and cuts. Compared to the current...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
More Revenue Critical for Excellence and Equity in Education
| Post By Brigitte Blom Ramsey | There is no doubt, legislators are facing difficult budget choices as the 2018 session nears its end. Proposals on the table to-date risk severely compromising our ability to ensure excellence with equity, to ensure each and...
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Charter School Funding: First Estimates for HB 366
| Post by Susan Perkins Weston | On March 20, the Senate amended House Bill 366 to add provisions for funding public charter schools. Here’s a look at what the bill would require and how that might work out financially. Direct Revenue and On-Behalf Revenue ...
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded