Philadelphia School District Superintendent Hite Wants to Know What You Think

Yesterday The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that two months into his tenure, Superintendent Hite has been visiting schools to ask people what needs fixing. He’s making surprise visits at schools throughout the city and talking with administrators, teachers, parents and students to learn what they think. Read more at Quick Study: Hite must act fast in a fragile district, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

In addition, Superintendent Hite will be featured at a Town Hall on Wednesday, December 12, where he will speak briefly before opening the floor to questions about the Philadelphia public schools.
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Posted: December 11, 2012

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