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  • Glendale teachers battle union leader

    Glendale teachers have started a campaign to convince their union president, Tami Carlson, to sign off on a federal grant application that could bring millions of dollars to the district. Without Carlson's signature, Glendale Unified cannot apply for the...
  • Teachers' union story is misleading

    In its front page story (“Teachers battle union leader,” Oct. 6,), the Glendale News-Press suggests that a large-scale battle among the approximately 1,200 Glendale Unified teachers is brewing over the Glendale Teachers Union’s president...
  • Glendale Unified faces grim future

    Glendale Unified faces grim future
    [Oct. 10, 2012: This post has been corrected, see below for details.] The message to Glendale Unified parents on Monday night was dire: The school district's budget is so weak that officials will have no choice but to cut personnel and increase class...
  • On Education: The fate of schools is in voters' hands

    This post has been updated, see below for details. The hum of a half-dozen telephone conversations percolated through Glendale Teachers Assn. headquarters in Montrose on a recent afternoon. Union members are gathering on a near daily basis to call voters...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Teachers need to be valued

    As a member of the teaching profession going on 24 years, a recurring theme threads through all the meetings and staff development sessions I’ve attended. Everybody wants teachers to work harder. The government, the school district, the...
  • Union should put children's needs first

    Your Oct. 10 article, “District faces grim future,” shows there is a blatant disregard for putting our children's educational needs first by the Glendale school district. The textbooks in the Glendale district are a disgrace. Why wouldn't...
  • Schools need help from the community

    My husband and I attended the GUSD Community Information Night at Crescenta Valley High School Oct. 8 to hear about the plight of our local schools. Despite deep cuts in personnel and other spending over the past few years, our prize-winning public...
  • GUSD grant application still on hold

    With less than two weeks remaining until Glendale Unified officials must submit an application for a federal grant that could net up to $40 million, they have yet to reach an agreement with the teachers union over a provision that would require student...
  • Glendale's Teacher of the Year credits kindness

    Glendale's Teacher of the Year credits kindness
    Glendale Unified’s Teacher of the Year doesn’t really understand why she won the honor. “I don’t see myself as being an outstanding teacher,” said Olivia Macaulay, who learned of the honor earlier this month. During a...
  • Race to the Top for Glendale Unified still up in the air

    The Glendale Unified school board on Tuesday authorized the district to move forward with the federal Race to the Top grant application that could bring $40 million to the district, but with just days left until the Oct. 30 deadline, an agreement has...
  • Grant shouldn't be a bargaining chip

    As a retired GUSD teacher, I am disheartened by Tami Carlson's attitude in the Oct. 24 article, “Race to the Top for Glendale still up in the air.” We should seize this opportunity to showcase our schools and potentially earn much needed...
  • Glendale teachers union rejects grant deal

    With its teachers union continuing to withhold support, Glendale Unified faces the worst-case scenario of having to overnight its 70-page application for federal Race to the Top funds on Monday. The grant application for the highly competitive pot of...