How can the city find the political will to move forward swiftly on this? What we really have to focus on is the power of economic integration. I think there is a history lesson that needs to happen here, but we also need to be forward-looking and pay attention to the research that shows what happens when you have mixed-income neighborhoods and you have mixed-income schools.
La escasez de maestros en escuela del sur de Dallas es desproporcionadamente alta, revela un estudio. (DMN/NATHAN HUNSINGER) Cuando la vocal del DISD Bernadette Nutall visita una escuela, les pregunta a los responsables de la escuela en qué les puede ayudar. “Generalmente me dicen: ‘Necesito cortinas para mi auditorio’; o ‘necesito esto otro’, gastos suplementarios”, dice Nutall. “Ahora dicen: ‘Necesito un profesor de inglés I o de álgebra’”.
When Dallas ISD board member Bernadette Nutall visits a campus, she asks the school’s leaders how she can help. “Normally, it’d be ‘I need curtains for my auditorium,’ or ‘I need this’ -- soft cost stuff,” Nutall said. “Now, it’s ‘I need a English I or Algebra teacher.’”Three months into the school year, Dallas ISD had 171 teacher vacancies, according to district reports.
And the UIL has a rule that says "non-disciplinary alternative schools that are participating members in UIL shall be placed in the same conference as the traditional high school in that school district with the largest enrollment" (although exceptions can be made).
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