Monday, November 3, 2008

Chicago has a Plan to get Teachers ....
Using NSF Money,0,841900.story

NORMAL, Ill. -
Illinois State University is offering two years of free tuition and $10,000 a year to education students who commit to teaching in Chicago.

The new scholarship program is being funded by a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

Under the program, students have to commit to teach math or science in the Chicago Public Schools for two years.


Anonymous said...

If you can't convince teachers your books work, then by all means hire new teachers. That's Gupta Werwino's philosophy. Impact? None - at the rate students are leaving school, the need for more teachers will have passed. What somebody ought to do is pull the plug on the NSF-EHM (rogue division)

dan dempsey said...

There is an excellent plan....
Given the cost of Government let us eliminate destructive divisions.

I second the motion:
pull the plug on the NSF-EHM (rogue division)