Bulk Orders of Philadelphia Public School Notebook avail

Posted by on March 17, 2006


Make the Focus on Early care and education, Spring 2006 issue of the Philadelphia Public School Notebook a part of your curriculum! Taking a comprehensive look at the movement for early care and education in Philadelphia, this edition offers unique reporting and commentary from the perspective of teachers, parents, students, community leaders, and School District staff.

The Notebook is an innovative way to educate students in a number of issues about public education and Philadelphia ? curriculum, equity, testing, policy, history, access, community involvement, etc.

Other great editions include:
Fall 2006 (coming!) Contracting Out
Summer 2006 (coming!) Arts & Public Education
Winter 2005 African American studies
Fall 2005 Out-of-school youth
Summer 2005 Segregation & Equity
Spring 2005 High Schools
Winter 2004 Adequate Yearly Progress

Discounts to bring the Notebook to your classroom

Take advantage of the Notebook?s reasonable bulk rates:

Copies Price
6-10 $10
11-20 $20
21-40 $30
41-100 $40
101-200 $60
200 or more $30 per hundred

Shipping & Handling
Add $15 flat rate for shipping/handling on all bulk orders up to 200 copies and $30 for orders larger than 200 copies.

Back Issues
Current issue and all back issues are available. See Archives at http://www.thenotebook.org for info on back issues since 2003.

For information about ordering or subscriptions, contact Sookyung at (215) 951-0330, ext. 160 or at oh@thenotebook.org. For information about reprinting rights, contact Paul at (215) 951-0330, ext. 107 or at pauls@thenotebook.org. Spring 2006 articles include:
? Local study finds link between formal child care experience and school success
? Financing quality care card is a challenge in fee-for-service system
? Teachers say NCLB?s impact reachers K & pre K classrooms
? Early care & Education: FAQs

Other news & features:
? Short on funds, District looks to state budget
? Transfers within regions get preference, new policy says
? Activism Around the City

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