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May 14: DRAFT AGENDA: Regular Meeting

The Board of Education recently approved new board operating procedures  to improve governance. One new procedure is to publish a draft board agenda 12 days prior to the board meeting. Click here  for the DRAFT agenda. 

This draft agenda is a Google Doc and formatted differently. We are not able to publish a draft in Board Docs.

The final agenda will be published in Board Docs on Friday, May 10, 2024. 

The purpose of publishing this draft agenda is to ...

increase transparency for the public about what will be discussed at the Board meeting

provide time for the Board to review and ask questions prior to the meeting

allow staff to respond prior to the meeting

There may be slight modifications to agenda items based on questions staff receives.

SIMPLE DRAFT AGENDA

A. GENERAL INFORMATION

1. Call to Order

2. Accessibility Information - Irving G. Breyer Board Meeting Room

3. Translation Services, American Sign Language Interpreter Services and Closed Captioning Information

  • 4. Information to Observe Meeting and Participate Virtually

5. Childcare Information

6. Commissioner Participating by Teleconference

7. Public Comment on Closed Session Agenda Items Only

B. CLOSED SESSION

1. General Information

  • 2. Conference with Labor Negotiators
  • 3. Public Employee Performance Evaluation

C. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION

1. Report From Closed Session

D. OPENING ITEMS

  • 1. Land Acknowledgement

2. Approval of Board Minutes - Regular Meeting, April 16, 2024 and Special Meeting: Monitoring Workshop, April 30, 2024

  • 3. Questions and Answers Regarding Agenda Items
  • 4. Review Order of Agenda Items
  • 5. Superintendent's Report
  • 6. Student Delegates' Report

E. PUBLIC COMMENT

1. Protocol for Public Comment

  • 2. Comments/SFUSD Students
  • 3. Comments on Agenda Items
  • 4. Comments Non-Agenda Items

F. ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORTS AND APPOINTMENTS

  • 1. Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CAC)

G. PUBLIC HEARING

  • 1. Public Hearing and Adoption of the SELPA Local Plan and the Annual Budget and Annual Service Plan for Special Education for the San Francisco Unified School District and County Office of Education

H. ACTION ITEMS

1. Resolution Ordering School Bond Election on November 5, 2024 and Authorizing Necessary Actions in Connection Therewith

2. Legislative Overview - Consideration and Action of District Position on Selected Legislative Proposals

3. Employment Contracts for District Executive Employees (235-23Sp1)

I. CONSENT CALENDAR

  • 1. Consent Calendar Organization
  • 2. Items Withdrawn or Corrected by the Superintendent
  • 3. ----- GENERAL CONSENT ITEMS -----
  • 4. Request to Accept Privately Funded Gifts, Grants and Donations
  • 5. Request to Accept Federal, State and Local Grants (Government Grants)
  • 6. Authorization for Budget Transfers for Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-2024

7. Revisions to Board Policy 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements

8. Authorization to declare obsolete Container and list for auction

  • 9. ----- PERSONNEL CONSENT ITEMS -----

10. Certificated Personnel Actions, Resolution No.245-14F

11. Classified Personnel Actions, Resolution No. 245-14G

  • 12. ----- FINANCE CONSENT ITEMS -----
  • 13. Summary of Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Year to Date Contracts including Professional Services, Software, and Consultants
  • 14. Ratification of the attached contracts and amendments to contracts under $114,500 processed between March 30, 2024 – April 26, 2024
  • 15. Approve Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-2024 Contracts over $114,500 processed between March 30, 2024 – April 26, 2024
  • 16. Authorization to enter into a Master Contract with BELLEFAIRE JCB and SFUSD for provision of instructional services
  • 17. Authorization to enter into a Master Contract with Rising Star Sped Academy and SFUSD for provision of instructional services
  • 18. Approval of Contract Award for Program and Project Management Services to Cumming Management Group
  • 19. Submission and Approval of Sixth Amendment to Contract by Student Nutrition Services (SNS) with Revolution Foods, PBC
  • 20. First Amendment to the Software Subscription and Support Services Master Agreement with MusicFirst
  • 21. Purchase Order based on NASPO Valuepoint Participating Addendum with Dell Marketing L.P. (Dell), through Arey Jones Educational Solutions, to procure Dell Chromebooks
  • 22. Purchase order based on NASPO Valuepoint Participating Agreement with Dell Marketing L.P. (Dell), through Arey Jones Educational Solutions, to procure Dell Chromebooks.
  • 23. NASPO Valuepoint Sub-Participating Addendum with AT&T Corp (AT&T)
  • 24. GoTo Communications, Inc Phase 1 Third Amendment
  • 25. GoTo Communications, Inc Phase 2 Second Amendment
  • 26. First Amendment to EPI-USE Lab, LLC Software Services Agreement
  • 27. First Amendment to OMNIA Partners Agreement with Carahsoft Technology Corporation, to procure Zoom Licenses
  • 28. First Amendment to the Independent Contractor Agreement for Maintenance Services with Metro Elevator
  • 29. Second Amendment to the Software Subscription and Support Services Master Agreement with Newsela, Inc.
  • 30. Third Amendment to the Software Subscription and Support Services Master Agreement with AVID Center
  • 31. Fourth Amendment to the Agreement for School Transportation Services between the Student Transportation Department and Zum Services, Inc.
  • 32. ----- FACILITIES CONSENT ITEMS -----
  • 33. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract # 6008 - K2A Architecture + Interiors
  • 34. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program - Modification #1 to Contract #5358 – HED Design
  • 35. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract # 6005 – Hoi’s Construction Inc.
  • 36. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program Contract # 6003 – Pro-Ex Construction Inc.
  • 37. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program Modification #18 to Master Agreement # 5220 – Millennium Consulting Associates
  • 38. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #6004 - Youda Builders
  • 39. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #6021 - Multistudio
  • 40. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #6007 - Consolidated Engineering Laboratories

41. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program –Contract #5986 – Bana Builders, Inc.

42. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #5978 - Advanced Inspections, Inc.

43. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #5408, Modification #6 - Hamilton+Aitken Architects

44. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #5707, Modification #3 - Pionic Unit Construction, Inc.

45. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6013 - Tectonics

46. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6015 - Tectonics

47. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6018 - Andy's Roofing Company, Inc.

48. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6025 - Pionic Unit Construction, Inc.

49. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6026 - Hoi's Construction, Inc.

50. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6027 - Pionic Unit Construction, Inc.

51. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #6029 - Angotti & Reilly, Inc.

52. Errata Report for the Proposition A 2016 Bond Program for Resolutions approved at the Board Of Education meeting on April 16, 2024

53. Errata Report for Facilities Design and Construction ​for the 2rd Quarter, Fiscal Year 20​23-2024

54. Ratification of Facilities Design and Construction Contracts and Contract Amendments

55. Ratification of Proposition A Bond Program Contracts

56. 63. Rental Agreement with Alonzo Kings LINES Dance Center (AKLDC) for the Use of Dance Studio Space by the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts

57. Approval of Transformer Room Agreement for the property located at 1360 43rd Avenue (Shirley Chisholm Village)

58. Resolution of the Board of Education of the San Francisco Unified School District Adopting Procedures and Guidelines for Selection of Lease-Leaseback Contractors

59. Donated Improvement Memorandum of Understanding for Frank McCoppin Elementary

60. Donated Improvement Memorandum of Understanding for San Francisco International High School

61. ----- MOU CONSENT ITEMS -----

62. MOU for Loyola Marymount University

63. Memorandum of Understanding Software Subscription Services Agreement with CodeHS, Inc.

64. Memorandum of Understanding - Authorization to enter into MOU with Public Works for Tree Maintenance

65. Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) - Authorization to Enter Into MOUs with the YMCA of San Francisco

66. Authorization to Enter Into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Dental Robin Hood

67. Memorandum of Understanding - between Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) and SFUSD

68. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) - Authorization to Enter Into MOU with Community Based Organizations - 5/14/2024

J. INFORMATION ITEMS

1. Enterprise Resource Planning System Quarterly Update

2. Quarterly Report on Williams Complaints

K. BOARD MEMBERS' REPORTS

  • 1. Report from Board Delegates to Membership Organizations
  • 2. All Other Reports by Board Members
  • 3. Discretionary Advisory Committee Appointments by Commissioners

L. ADJOURNMENT

May 14: Regular Meeting

Meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. with closed session. Public open session begins at 6:30 p.m.

REGULAR SFUSD BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS ARE HELD IN PERSON WITH OPTION FOR THE PUBLIC TO OBSERVE THE MEETING VIRTUALLY

ADA Accommodation s: To request accommodations in order to participate remotely, please call (415) 355-7364 as soon as possible but at least seventy-two (72) hours prior to the scheduled meeting .

Translation Services:  SFUSD will provide interpretation throughout today's Board meeting.

Interpretation at the Board of Education meetings will be provided via Google Meet.

Please fully charge your phone and bring earphones.

For Chinese interpretation, please call 1 484-854-3328‬ PIN: ‪721 609 895‬# 三藩市聯合校區將透過Google Meet為教育委員會會議提供傳譯服務。 親身或以虛擬方式參加會議, 並需要傳譯服務的家長將要撥打以下Google Meet號碼: 粵語傳譯,請致電 1 484-854-3328‬ PIN: ‪721 609 895‬# 請把手機充滿電, 並帶備耳機。 For Spanish interpretation, please call 1 319-382-9676‬ PIN: ‪665 996 976‬# Los servicios de interpretación en las reuniones de la Junta de Educación se proporcionarán mediante la plataforma de Google Meet. Los padres que asistan a la reunión en persona o de manera virtual y que necesiten interpretación llamarán a los siguientes números de Google Meet Para interpretacion en espanol, por favor llame al 1 319-382-9676‬ PIN: ‪665 996 976‬# Cargue completamente su teléfono y traiga auriculares por favor.

SFUSD will provide  Closed Captioning and American Sign Language (ASL)  Interpreter Services throughout today’s board meeting.  Live transcription can be found  here:  https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=SFUSD-Board .  Attendees who wish to provide public comment to the Board and would like an ASL interpreter can use the Q&A box in the Zoom app to type their name or handle, and list the item(s) on the agenda they would like to comment on.  The attendee will need to have a functioning camera in order to communicate with the interpreter and Board.  When it is the attendee’s opportunity to provide comment, the Zoom host will promote the attendee to panelist and enable the attendee’s video.  Any member of the public may email their comments with the agenda item identified in the comment to boardoffice @sfusd.edu by 2:00 pm the day of the meeting if they do not wish to make the comment during the Board meeting. The comments will be read into the record.

Observe Meetings:  To observe the May 14, 2024 Regular Board meeting by video conference, please  click here  at the noticed meeting time. Webinar Password: 785781  It may help to  download the Zoom app  before the meeting if you don’t have it already. Instructions on how to join a meeting by video conference are available at:  https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193 -Joining-a-Meeting.

To listen to the meeting by phone, please call at the noticed meeting time (669) 900 9128, then enter Webinar ID 839 2945 5209 then press “#”. Password:785781. If asked for a participant id or code, press #. Get instructions on  how to join a meeting by phone .

Childcare Services: SFUSD will provide childcare for Regular Board Meetings and Monitoring Meetings on the 1st floor in the Enrollment Center at 555 Franklin Street from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (or the close of the meeting, whichever comes first). Childcare is for families who will be attending the Regular and Monitoring Board meetings.  Space is limited and will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis for children ages 3 to 10.

Questions? Please contact the Board of Education Office, at (415) 241-6427 or [email protected] .

View the full agenda on BoardDocs

Simple Agenda

  • 5. Public Comment Protocols
  • 6. Childcare Information
  • 7. Commissioner Participating by Teleconference
  • 8. Public Comment on Closed Session Agenda Items Only
  • 4. Student Matter(s)
  • 5. Student Matter - Consideration of Student Records Challenge
  • 6. Public Employee Discipline/Dismissal Release
  • 7. Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation
  • 8. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation
  • 1. Vote on Student Expulsion Matters
  • 2. Report From Closed Session
  • 2. Approval of Board Minutes - Regular Meeting, April 16, 2024, Special Meeting: Monitoring Workshop, April 30, 2024, Special Meeting: Budget and LCAP, May 7, 2024
  • 7. Fiscal Advisors' Report
  • 1. 245-14Sp1 - Resolution Ordering School Bond Election on November 5, 2024 and Authorizing Necessary Actions in Connection Therewith
  • 2. 245-14Sp2 - Legislative Overview - Consideration and Action of District Position on Selected Legislative Proposals
  • 3. 245-14Sp3 - Employment Contracts for District Executive Employees
  • 4. 245-14Sp4 - First Amendment to Superintendent Contract
  • 7. Authorization to declare obsolete Container and list for auction
  • 8. Revisions to Board Policy 6146.1 - High School Graduation Requirements
  • 10. Certificated Personnel Actions, Resolution No.245-14F1-F14
  • 11. Classified Personnel Actions, Resolution No. 245-14G1-G9
  • 41. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #5978 - Advanced Inspections, Inc.
  • 42. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #5408, Modification #6 - Hamilton+Aitken Architects
  • 43. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #5707, Modification #3 - Pionic Unit Construction, Inc.
  • 44. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6013 - Tectonics
  • 45. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6015 - Tectonics
  • 46. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6018 - Andy's Roofing Company, Inc.
  • 47. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6025 - Pionic Unit Construction, Inc.
  • 48. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6026 - Hoi's Construction, Inc.
  • 49. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Order and Modifications in Connection with the School Building Program - Contract #6027 - Pionic Unit Construction, Inc.
  • 50. Contracts, Orders for Service, Work Orders and Modifications in connection with the School Building Program – Contract #6029 - Angotti & Reilly, Inc.
  • 51. Errata Report for the Proposition A 2016 Bond Program for Resolutions approved at the Board Of Education meeting on April 16, 2024
  • 52. Errata Report for Facilities Design and Construction ​for the 2rd Quarter, Fiscal Year 20​23-2024
  • 53. Ratification of Facilities Design and Construction Contracts and Contract Amendments
  • 54. Ratification of Proposition A Bond Program Contracts
  • 55. 63. Rental Agreement with Alonzo Kings LINES Dance Center (AKLDC) for the Use of Dance Studio Space by the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts
  • 56. Approval of Transformer Room Agreement for the property located at 1360 43rd Avenue (Shirley Chisholm Village)
  • 57. Resolution of the Board of Education of the San Francisco Unified School District Adopting Procedures and Guidelines for Selection of Lease-Leaseback Contractors
  • 58. Donated Improvement Memorandum of Understanding for Frank McCoppin Elementary
  • 59. Donated Improvement Memorandum of Understanding for San Francisco International High School
  • 60. ----- MOU CONSENT ITEMS -----
  • 61. MOU for Loyola Marymount University
  • 62. Memorandum of Understanding Software Subscription Services Agreement with CodeHS, Inc.
  • 63. Memorandum of Understanding - Authorization to enter into MOU with Public Works for Tree Maintenance
  • 64. Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) - Authorization to Enter Into MOUs with the YMCA of San Francisco
  • 65. Authorization to Enter Into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Dental Robin Hood
  • 66. Memorandum of Understanding - between Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) and SFUSD
  • 67. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) - Authorization to Enter Into MOU with Community Based Organizations - 5/14/2024
  • 68. Memorandum of Understanding: Requesting Board of Education Approval of Proposed Memorandum of Understanding between The New Teacher Center and San Francisco Unified School District
  • 1. Ad Hoc Board of Education Committee on Fiscal and Operational Health
  • 2. Enterprise Resource Planning System Quarterly Update
  • 3. Quarterly Report on Williams Complaints
  • 4. Initial Proposal from International Federation of Professional & Technical Engineers of San Francisco

To Make Public Comment on Agenda Items

The Board President or Chair will introduce Public Comments on Agenda Items and call for speakers, and staff indicated who will be speaking next.

May 15: Ad Hoc Committee on Fiscal and Operational Health

Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m.

SFUSD BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS ARE HELD IN-PERSON STARTING MARCH 9, 2022.

ADA Accommodation s: To request accommodations in order to participate remotely, please call (415) 355-7364 as soon as possible but at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the scheduled meeting.

Observe Meetings: To observe the May 15, 2024 Ad Hoc Committee on Fiscal and Operational Health by video conference, please click here   at the noticed meeting time. Webinar Password: 069923.  It may help to download the Zoom app before the meeting if you don’t have it already. Instructions on how to join a meeting by video conference are available at: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193 -Joining-a-Meeting.

To listen to the meeting by phone, please call at the noticed meeting time (669) 900 9128, then enter Webinar ID 861 8776 8109   then press #. Password: 069923.  If asked for a participant id or code, press #. Get instructions on how to join a meeting by phone .

Every effort will be made to broadcast this meeting via Zoom Webinar.  Members of the public are advised that in the event the Board experiences technical difficulties, the meeting will continue without broadcasting.   

  • 1. Accessibility - Irving G. Breyer Board Meeting Room
  • 2. Virtual Meeting Information
  • 3. Commissioner Participating by Teleconference

B. PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS

  • 1. Public Comment on Agenda Items

C. DISCUSSION ITEM

  • 1. SFUSD Fiscal and Operational Health

D. ADJOURNMENT

The Board President or Chair will introduce the item and call for speakers, and staff indicated who will be speaking next.

May 28: DRAFT AGENDA: Special Meeting: Monitoring Workshop

The final agenda will be published in Board Docs on Friday, May 24, 2024. 

4. Virtual Meeting Information

6. Public comment on Closed Session agenda items only

2. Public Employee Performance Evaluation

D. PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS

E. WORKSHOP ON STUDENT OUTCOMES

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F. BOARD SELF EVALUATION

1. Board Self-Evaluation for 2023-2024

G. INFORMATION ITEMS

1. Questions and Answers Regarding Agenda Items

H. ADJOURNMENT

May 28: Special Meeting: Monitoring Workshop

Meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. for Closed Session and 6:30 p.m. for Public Session.

For Chinese interpretation, please call 1 484-854-3328 PIN: ‪721 609 895# 三藩市聯合校區將透過Google Meet為教育委員會會議提供傳譯服務。 親身或以虛擬方式參加會議, 並需要傳譯服務的家長將要撥打以下Google Meet號碼: 粵語傳譯,請致電 1 484-854-3328 PIN: ‪721 609 895# 請把手機充滿電, 並帶備耳機。 For Spanish interpretation, please call 1 319-382-9676 PIN: ‪665 996 976# Los servicios de interpretación en las reuniones de la Junta de Educación se proporcionarán mediante la plataforma de Google Meet. Los padres que asistan a la reunión en persona o de manera virtual y que necesiten interpretación llamarán a los siguientes números de Google Meet Para interpretacion en espanol, por favor llame al 1 319-382-9676 PIN: ‪665 996 976#. Cargue completamente su teléfono y traiga auriculares por favor.

Observe Meetings:  To observe the May 28, 2024 Special meeting by video conference, please  click here  at the noticed meeting time. Webinar Password: ______.  It may help to  download the Zoom app  before the meeting if you don’t have it already. Instructions on how to join a meeting by video conference are available at:  https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193 -Joining-a-Meeting.

To listen to the meeting by phone, please call at the noticed meeting time (669) 900 9128, then enter Webinar ID ______________ then press #. Password: ______. If asked for a participant id or code, press #. Get instructions on  how to join a meeting by phone .

Every effort will be made to broadcast this meeting via Zoom Webinar. Members of the public are advised that in the event the Board experiences technical difficulties, the meeting will continue without broadcasting. 

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I. ADJOURNMENT

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Board Meeting Schedule Change

Starting Aug. 9, the public open session and monitoring session for SF Board of Education meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. Closed sessions, which are not open to the public, will begin at 5:00 p.m. View more information and Board agendas below.

Board Meeting Schedule for the 2023-24 School Year

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BOARD OF EDUCATION 2022-2023 COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

(Approved - December 15, 2022)  Revised May 11, 2023

Each year, Board Members are assigned to serve on Board of Education committees, committees of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE), the Legal Services Association, and county government.  In addition, a Board Member serves as liaison to the Community Advisory Council (CAC), the PTA Council of Howard County (PTACHC), Special Education Community Advisory Committee (SECAC), and the Howard County Association of Student Councils (HCASC).

The following are the Board representatives to the named committees for the 2022-2023 school year.

Board of Education Committees:

Audit :                           Jolene Mosley (Chair), Jacky McCoy, Robyn Scates

Legislative :                   Yun Lu (Chair), Antonia Watts, Jennifer Swickard Mallo

Policy :              Jennifer Swickard Mallo (Chair), Linfeng Chen, Lamia Ayaz (Student Member)

MABE Committees:

Budget and Planning (required representative from each local board): Yun Lu

Conference Planning :   

Legislative (required representative from each local board):  Antonia Watts; Jennifer Swickard Mallo as alternate

Federal Relations Network (FRN) :  Yun Lu

Nominating – one or two meetings: Linfeng Chen

Policies and Procedures :    

Resolution s:  Yun Lu   

Educational Equity : Jacky McCoy

MABE Awards :

MABE Implementation of the Blueprint for Maryland's Future Act Ad Hoc Committee :  Jennifer Swickard Mallo

MABE Board of Directors: Jolene Mosley

Legal Services Association (LSA): Jennifer Swickard Mallo; Alternates : Jolene Mosley; and J. Stephen Cowles, General Counsel 

County Executive’s Spending Affordability Committee:  Jolene Mosley  

Howard County Recreation and Parks Board: Antonia Watts

Community Advisory Council (CAC): Jacky McCoy

PTA Council of Howard County (PTACHC): Linfeng Chen

Special Education Community Advisory Committee (SECAC):  Jolene Mosley    

Howard County Association of Student Councils (HCASC):  Lamia Ayaz

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2022 Mississippi Board of Education Agenda

Pursuant to State Board Policy – Rule 12.4: Any member of the State Board of Education may participate in an official meeting of the Board by teleconference or video means. The public has access to meetings in the Fourth Floor Boardroom of the Central High School Building, Jackson, Mississippi.

Mississippi State Board of Education meetings and meetings of the Commission on School Accreditation can both be  viewed via live stream .  Past meetings can be viewed   from the   video archive . 

Thursday meeting starts at 10:00 am

*The Board meeting date of the Mississippi Board of Education scheduled for Thursday, May 19, 2022, has been changed to Thursday, May 26, 2022.

**Board Work Session to discuss upcoming Department Budgets. The Board will meet starting at 8:30 a.m. to interview the Student Representative finalists.

***Board meetings will be held at the Mississippi School Boards Association, 380 Zurich Drive, Ridgeland, MS 39157 from July through December 2022. Starting in January 2023 the Board meetings will return to the Central High School Building.

****The date of the regularly scheduled September 2022 meeting of the Mississippi Board of Education has been changed from September 22, 2022 to September 29, 2022.

*****The date of the regularly scheduled October 2022 meeting of the Mississippi Board of Education has been changed from October 20, 2022 to October 27, 2022.

******The date of the regularly scheduled November 2022 meeting of the Mississippi Board of Education has been changed from November 17, 2022 to November 10, 2022.

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Live updates: JCPS board unanimously approves new student assignment overhaul

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — On Wednesday night, Kentucky's largest school district voted to overhaul how it assigns kids to school , a historic change for a nationally recognized desegregation program. 

Jefferson County's seven-person school board met at 6 p.m. at the district's central office to hear a final pitch from district leaders before taking one of the most important votes in recent board history. 

The plan passed unanimously. 

JCPS' school-choice proposal attempts to tackle deeply rooted inequities in how it assigns around 96,000 students to school, including an option for West End students to stay closer to home for school, as well as  sweeping changes to its magnet schools .

More: What has changed in JCPS' student assignment proposal? 

According to the plan, magnet programs will no longer be able to kick out, or "exit," students. Some schools will gain magnet programs, while others will lose theirs. 

"I was a teacher in 1975 when this began, and I have watched its evolution into something that was not serving our students from the West End as it was originally intended to do," District 5 board member Linda Duncan said ahead of the vote. 

She thanked Superintendent Marty Pollio for his leadership through the development of the plan, which she characterized as prioritizing choice over assignment and funding equitably over equally. 

Additionally, she said the new plan prioritizes "achievement gains over sending West Louisville students all across the county so we will appear diverse …" 

"It's a honor to be a part of this great change in 2022," she concluded. 

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Ahead of the vote, several community members who signed up to speak largely expressed support, though with skepticism.

A few said they were concerned if the plan will work as intended, and some offered areas that could be built upon. 

Among the concerns was how the district will communicate the plan details with the community and whether the district's leaders will stay committed to implementing it. 

Ten people were given the opportunity to speak, which included former and current educators, members of the Urban League and the League of Women Voters. 

While some took issue with aspects of the plan, no speakers were outright disapproving. 

NAACP supports new student assignment proposal, but with conditions 

During a press conference Wednesday afternoon ahead of the board's vote, the Louisville NAACP and Coalition of Retired Black Principals said they will support the proposed student assignment plan, but only if certain conditions are agreed upon. 

The proposal is a chance for JCPS to have “a renewed focus on the student achievement of our students,” the group’s statement says.

Student assignment is tied to achievement, they say, and their support comes from a need to address the achievement gap between Black and white students.

The conditions include: 

  • The commitments in the plan to the community must be implemented;
  • JCPS must strengthen its accountability process;
  • JCPS must accept that it has a "major trust problem" which it must work on daily; 
  • JCPS must recognize the commitments made in the new plan and publicly are viewed as a moral and contractual commitment to the community and those in the Choice Zone.

Raymond Burse, with the NAACP, said at the press conference that the next performing arts elementary will be in West Louisville under the plan.

Additionally, he said class sizes in the Choice Zone will be capped at 20 and educators will make $8,000-$14,000 more in those schools.

Burse reiterated that everything they’ve listed has been agreed to by JCPS. They would not have solidified their support without knowing that, he said.

Previous coverage of JCPS schools

  • Charters vs magnets: West Louisville kids at the center of dueling 'school choice' ideas
  • The Last Stop: Louisville's troubled busing legacy may be nearing its end
  • JCPS magnets:   Louisville is sacrificing poor schools to ensure its elite magnet programs thrive
  • For subscribers: Some Highlands families may no longer be assigned to Atherton High. Not all are happy.

This story will be updated.

Reach Olivia Krauth at [email protected] and on Twitter at @oliviakrauth . 

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The Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education (BOSSE), Sikkim , is an open schooling board that aims to cater to  the varied academic needs of the divergent group of students up to pre-degree level including Secondary/Senior Secondary, skill and vocational education. BOSSE  is open schooling education board  in Sikkim, was established under Act No. 14 of 2020 of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly, passed on 21-09-2020, according to the Sikkim Act 2020 to promulgate and disseminate the open schooling education at state & national level. Read More

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  • The curricula of Secondary, Senior Secondary, skilled and vocational programmes is designed by renowned academicians at National and State level, including from National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), some of whom are at the forefront of their fields
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  • Skill and Vocational Programmes of BOSSE are designed by industry experts, are employment-oriented and focused on hands-on experience to equip the students to become skilled professionals.
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Flexibility in subject choice and examination, engaging and interesting study curriculum in Hindi, English and Regional Languages, Transfer of Credits up to four subjects, high-quality academic and employment-oriented programmes, and education at an affordable fee – all these make BOSSE a model  O pen Schooling Board in India.

Admission to BOSSE is hassle-free, seamless and secure; interested candidates are required to fill the registration form, along with the requisite Fee, with the required documents to take admission in BOSSE. This can be done either online or at the nearest Admission Centre.

Anyone interested in upscaling his/her qualifications at Secondary/Sr. Secondary level is welcome!  BOSSE’s Open and Distance Learning (ODL) System targets a diverse group of learners including school dropouts, failed students in Board examination, rural youth, working men and women and learners from the economically underprivileged sections of the society to obtain academic  and skill-oriented Vocational Education.

  • Any person who has completed 15 years of age can apply for admission to the Secondary Programme, even if he/she has not undergone any formal education earlier. He/she will have to submit a valid proof of age as well as a certificate to the effect that he/she can read and understand the study materials as well as write an examination.
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At the moment, BOSSE offers Secondary and Senior Secondary level programmes in Hindi and English. Other mediums will be added as per demand.

Yes, to make BOSSE courses more meaningful, vocational courses are offered independently or in combination with academic subjects at the Secondary and the Senior Secondary level. In fact, BOSSE encourages students to offer at least one vocational subject.

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  • Board of Open Schooling and Skill Education (BOSSE) has been set up by the Government of Sikkim under an Act passed by the State Legislature (Act No. 14 of 2020, whose Gazette Notification was published on 8th October, 2020). 
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Maharashtra Board SSC HSC Result 2024 Live Updates: Class 12 results date and time released

Maharashtra ssc hsc result 2024 live updates: the maharashtra 12th result will be announced on the msbshse official website – maharesult.nic.in at 1 pm on may 21..

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Maharashtra Board SSC (10th), HSC (12th) Result 2024 Live: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has announced the date and time to release the Class 12 board results. This year, the results will be released on May 21 after a press conference at 11 am. 

The Maharashtra Class 12 result will also be available at education.indianexpress.com.

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Students can access the results from the official websites after 1 pm. The Maharashtra board started the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class 10 exams on March 1 and the SSC exams were held till March 26 and the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Class 12 exams were held from February 21 to March 19. Last year, the Class 10 and Class 12 results were declared on May 25. While the Class 10 result link was made active at 11 am, the Class 12 exam result link was made live at 2 pm. 

The overall pass percentage in Class 10 SSC exam result saw a dip last year. While the pass percentage recorded in 2023 was 93.83 per cent, it was 96.94 per cent in 2022. Last year, pass percentage in Class 12 Maharashtra board exam was 91.25 per cent. This was a drop from 94.22 per cent in 2022. Last year, science stream students recorded a pass percentage of 96.09 per cent, while in commerce, the pass percentage was 90.42 per cent and in arts, it was 84.05 per cent.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: What is ATKT?

Last year, as many as 33,306 students were allowed to keep term (ATKT).

Allowed To Keep Term - students with failure in two subjects are allowed to take provisional admission in Class 11. they have to clear the papers before taking admission to Class 12

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Last year results analysis

Overall pass percentage- 91.25% Girls pass percentage- 93.25% Boys pass percentage- 89.14%

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: List of websites

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Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: What are the official websites to check results?

The Maharashtra board Class 12 HSC February 2024 result link will be made live on the official websites – mahresult.nic.in, hscresult.mkcl.org, mahahsscboard.in and results.digilocker.gov.in.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Check 2023's passing percentage steam wise

Science – 96.09 Commerce – 90.42 Vocational – 89.25 Arts – 84.05

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: When were exams held last year?

In 2023, the HSC exams were held from February 21 to March 20 and were conducted in two shifts – 11 am to 2 pm in the morning and 3 pm to 6 pm in the evening. A total of 14,57,293 candidates — 7,92,780 boys and 6,64,441 girls — had registered for the examination.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: MSBSHSE HSC result to be declared on May 21 at 1 pm

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will declare the Class 12 board result on May 21 at 1 pm. Once released, the Maharashtra Board HSC students will be able to check their scorecards at the official website –  mahresult.nic.in. 

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Press conference at 11

The press conference for the examination will be held at 11 and students can access the results after 1 PM from the official websites. 

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Class 12 results tomorrow at 1 PM

The Maharashtra Class 12 resulys will be announced tomorrow at 1 PM. Students can check results from the official website,  mahresult.nic.in, mahresults.org.in, and hscresult.mkcl.org

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Step 1: Visit the official website— mahresult.nic.in, mahresults.org.in or hscresult.mkcl.org

Step 2: Click on the result link of the website

Step 3: Enter your credentials such as roll number and date of birth

Step 4: View and download the results

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: List of details on Maharashtra marksheet

Students need to check these details in marksheet:

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subject code and marks.

Overall marks obtained and qualifying status

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: List of official websites

Class 12 Maharashtra students can check HSC results at:

mahresult.nic.in,

mahresults.org.in,

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Maharashtra board result 2024 live: how to check results.

Students who gave the exam can check their result at the official websites - mahresult.nic.in and  hscresult.mkcl.org . Students can check their result by entering their roll number or registration number, email id and his or her name. The result will be displayed on the screen and the students can save the result for future reference.   

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Results summary 2023

The overall pass percentage in 2023 was 91.25 per cent which is 2.97% less as compared to last year's 94.22%. The pass percentage of girls was 93.73 and of boys 89.14, the board said. It also said 96.09 per cent students from the science stream passed the exams, followed by 90.42 per cent from commerce and 84.05 per cent from the arts stream.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Results summary 2022

Last year, SSC exams were conducted from March 15 till April 4, 2022. A total of 16,38,964 students, including 8,89,506 boys and 7,49,458 girls, registered for the Maharashtra SSC exams. The overall pass percentage was 96.94 per cent with girls outshining the boys with a pass percentage of 97.96 per cent whereas the boys had a pass percentage of 90.06 per cent. The board declared the result on June 17. 

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Check result stats of 2023

A total of 14,28,114 students registered, and14,16,371 appeared for the examinations. From this count, 12,92,468 students were declared successful with students of science stream recording the highest pass percentage of 96.09 per cent.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024 Live: Physical copies of results later

Last year, physical copies of Maharashtra Class 12 were made available at junior colleges after June 5.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: 11 FIRs registered in 2023

In 2023 Mahasrashtra HSC results, a total of  11 FIRs were lodged this year for malpractices.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: Counselling services available

In 2023, the Mharashtra board also appointed counsellors to help students access their results. Their contact numbers were: 020-2705209, 020-25705203, 020-25705204.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: Which was the best performing districts in 2023?

Among all the nine divisions of the Maharashtra state board, Konkan division recorded the highest pass percentage of 96.01, followed by Pune with 93.34 per cent.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: 2023 recorded highest pass percentage in Science

Last year, of the 14,28,114 registered students, 14,16,371 appeared for the exam and 12,92,468 students were declared successful with students of science stream recording the highest pass percentage of 96.09.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: Pandemic measures withdrawn

Last year, all the relaxations introduced due to pandemic conditions such as reduced-syllabus, additional time to write papers, exam centres in respective colleges among others were withdrawn in 2023. Additionally, a strict anti-copy campaign was launched by the state board.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: Number of students scoring 90% and above decreased

Last year, the number of students having scored 90 per cent and above shrunk. This year, 7,696 students scored 90 per cent and above. Last year, there were 10,047 students in this category whereas a year before a whopping 91,420 students had scored 90 per cent and above.

Maharashtra Board Result 2024: Pass percentage improving, as compared to pre-pandemic years

Even as the pass percentage witnessed a sharp drop last year, it is marginally higher compared to the results of 2019-20 before the pandemic, which recorded a pass percentage of 90.66 per cent.

Maharashtra Board HSC (12th) Result 2024: What time will result be declared?

Last year, while the Class 10 result link was made active at 11 am, the Class 12 exam result link was made live at 2 pm. 

Maharashtra Board HSC (12th) Result 2024: Girls' performance improving

Last year, the overall pass percentage among girls was higher by 4.59 percentage points than that of boys with 93.73 per cent and 89.14 per cent, respectively.

Maharashtra Board HSC (12th) Result 2024: What is ATKT?

Maharashtra board hsc (12th) result 2024: why is there a decline in pass percentage.

“Many factors may have played a role in this, most saliently the impact of the lockdown on the learning abilities of the students, the effective copy-free campaign that we conducted in the state, the lenient conditions that were temporarily brought during the board exams in pandemic years. The results vary from batch to batch and the difficulty level of the question papers also affects the passing percentage,” said Sharad Gosavi, Chairman MSBSHSE.

Maharashtra Board HSC (12th) Result 2024: How many schools had 100% result last year

Division -- Number of schools with 100% result

Pune 1240 Nagpur 709 Aurangabad 644 Mumbai - 979 Kolhapur 1089 Amravati - 652 Latur - 383 Konkan - 427  Nashik 652

Maharashtra Board HSC (12th) Result 2024: Decline in pass percentage

Last year, pass percentage in Class 12 Maharashtra board exam was 91.25 per cent, which was a drop from 94.22 per cent in 2022

Maharashtra Board HSC (12th) Result 2024: Websites to check results

Maharashtra board ssc (10th), hsc (12th) result 2024: result soon.

Maharsahtra HSC (Class 12) result expected soon, says a notice on the official website -- hscresult.mahahsscboard.in/

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Maharashtra Board SSC (10th), HSC (12th) Result 2024: How to check

Step 1: Visit mahresult.nic.in Step 2: Click on the designated link for Class 10 exam results 2024 Step 3: Enter login credentials like roll number, registration number Step 4: Select the ‘Submit’ button Step 5: View and download the Maharashtra Class 10th SSC result 2024

Maharashtra Board SSC HSC Result 2024 Live: Is the Class 10, 12 results date out?

No. The Maharashtra Class 10, 12 result date and time will be announced on the MSBSHSE official website – maharesult.nic.in prior to the declaration of result.

Maharashtra Class 12 Result 2024 Live: What is the passing criteria

Students will be required to get a minimum of 33 per cent marks in each subject and in aggregate in the Maharashtra board HSC exam 2024 to be declared pass.

Maharashtra Class 10 Result 2024 Live: What are the result websites

1. mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in 2. mahresult.nic.in 3. results.gov.in 4. results.nic.in 5. hscresult.mkcl.org

Maharashtra HSC Result 2024 Live: Pass percentage region-wise

In the Maharashtra HSC exams last year, Konkan district recorded the highest pass percentage with 96.01 per cent students passing from that region alone. Mumbai, however, recorded the lowest pass percentage with 88.13 per cent followed by Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Amravati, Nashik and Latur.

Pune: 93.34 per cent

Nagpur: 90.35 per cent

Aurangabad: 91.85 per cent

Kolhapur: 93.28 per cent

Amravati: 92.75 per cent

Nashik: 91.66 per cent

Latur: 90.37 per cent

Maharashtra SSC Result 2024 Live: How to check Class 10 result?

Maharashtra class 10 result live updates: grading system.

- 75% and above: Distinction - 60% and above: First Division - 45% to 59%: Second Division - 35% to 44%: Pass Grade - Below 35%: Failed

Maharashtra Class 12 Result Live Updates: Pass percentage in previous years

Last year, pass percentage in Class 12 Maharashtra board exam was 91.25 per cent. This was a drop from 94.22 per cent in 2022.

Maharashtra Class 10 Result Live Updates: Pass percentage in previous years

The overall pass percentage in Class 10 SSC exam result saw a dip last year. While the pass percentage recorded in 2023 was 93.83 per cent, it was 96.94 per cent in 2022. 

Maha Class 10, 12 Result Live Updates: When is SSC, HSC result date and time?

The Maharashtra board result dates this time will be announced by the state board on the official website – maharesult.nic.in, the board said on May 12 asking students not to trust rumours on Maharashtra board result 2024 date and time .

Maharashtra Board Class 10, 12 Results 2024 Live Updates: Steps to check result

Step 1: Visit MSBSHSE official website- mahresult.nic.in Step 2: Click on the designated link for HSC or SSC exam results 2024 Step 3: Enter login credentials like roll number, registration number Step 4: Select the ‘Submit’ button Step 5: View and download the Maharashtra board result 2024 Class 10, 12

Maharashtra board Class 10 Result Live: What are the official website to check SSC, HSC results?

- mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in - mahresult.nic.in - hscresult.mkcl.org - mahahsc.in - mahahsscboard.in

Maharashtra Board Class 10 SSC Results 2024 Live Updates: Official website to check result

The official website to check and download the Maharashtra board Class 10 SSC result is mahahsscboard.in.

Maharashtra board will announce the SSC, HSC 2024 result date

Maharashtra Board SSC, HSC Results 2024 Live Updates: The overall pass percentage in Class 10 SSC exam result saw a dip last year. While the pass percentage recorded in 2023 was 93.83 per cent, it was 96.94 per cent in 2022. Last year, pass percentage in Class 12 Maharashtra board exam was 91.25 per cent. This was a drop from 94.22 per cent in 2022.

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RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result LIVE: Declared! 98.95% Commerce, 97.75% Science, 96.88% Arts Students Pass

Curated By : Sukanya Nandy

Last Updated: May 20, 2024, 14:32 IST

New Delhi, India

Rajasthan Board class 12 results 2024 now available at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in

RBSE 12th Results 2024 LIVE Updates: The Rajasthan board Class 12 arts, commerce and science result will be released after 45 days of the conclusion of the exams on the official website at rajresults.nic.in

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RBSE 12th Results 2024 LIVE Updates: Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education or RBSE has released the results of class 12 Science, Commerce, and Arts streams today, May 20 at 12:15 pm. The results can be checked on the official websites of RBSE at rajresults.nic.in and rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in. The results have been released in the Secondary Education Board auditorium 45 days after the conclusion of the exam. Commerce is once again the best-performing stream with 98.95% of students clearing the exam, 97.75% of science stream students passing, and 96.88% of arts stream students clearing the exam. In 2023, the pass percentage for the science stream was 97.39%, the result for commerce was 98.01%, and arts was 92.35%. The RBSE 12th exams this year were conducted from February 26 to April 4.

Stay ahead with all the exam results updates on News18 Website .

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024: Arts Stream Statistics

Candidates registered: 5,78,494

Candidates appeared: 5,69,575

Candidates passed: 5,51,789

Boys pass percentage: 95.80%

Girls pass percentage: 97.86%

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024: Commerce Stream Statistics

Candidates registered: 26,622

Candidates appeared: 26,418

Candidates passed: 26,141

Boys pass percentage: 98.66%

Girls pass percentage: 99.51%

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024: Science Stream Statistics

Candidates registered: 2,60,078

Candidates appeared: 2,58,071

Candidates passed: 2,52,205

Boys pass percentage: 97.08%

Girls pass percentage: 98.90%

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024: District Wise Pass Percentage

— Shahpura is the best-performing district in the science stream with 99.35% while Jodhpur is once again the best-performing district in the arts stream with 98.75%

— Karuli is the lowest-performing district in the commerce stream with 93.42% while Pratapgarh is the lowest-performing district in the arts stream with 92.61%

— 13 districts have scored 100% pass percentage in the commerce stream which includes Barmer, Bundi, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Baran, Rajsamand, Pratapgarh, Anoopgarh, Didwana-Kutcham, Dudu, Kekri, Kotputli-Behror, Phalodi.

Rajasthan CM Bhajanlal Sharma Congratulates Students

“Hearty congratulations and best wishes to all the students who have passed the 12th Board Main Examination-2024 in Science, Arts and Commerce subjects by Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education. Also, those students who did not get success this time should not be disappointed at all. Work hard again with new zeal and enthusiasm, I am sure that you will definitely succeed!,” posted Sharma on X.

राजस्थान माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड द्वारा 12वीं बोर्ड मुख्य परीक्षा-2024 के विज्ञान (Science), कला (Arts) एवं वाणिज्य (Commerce) विषयों की परीक्षा में सफलता प्राप्त करने वाले सभी विद्यार्थियों को हार्दिक बधाई एवं शुभकामनाएं। साथ ही जिन विद्यार्थियों को इस बार सफलता प्राप्त नहीं हुई,… — Bhajanlal Sharma (Modi Ka Parivar) (@BhajanlalBjp) May 20, 2024

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024: Senior Upadhyay Result OUT

Rajasthan Board has also released the result of Senior Upadhyay. A total of 3666 children had registered for the exam of which 3602 took the exam. The pass percentage of the Senior Upadhyay exam is 94 per cent. The pass percentage of boys is 91.55 per cent and the pass percentage of girls is 96.24 per cent.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024 Declared, Increase in Pass Percentage Across All Streams

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has released the class 12 Arts, Science, and Commerce results 2024. The pass percentage has increased compared to last year. Commerce is once again the best-performing stream with 98.95% of students clearing the exam, 97.75% of science stream students passing, and 96.88% of arts stream students clearing the exam. In 2023, the pass percentage for the science stream was 97.39%, the result for commerce was 98.01%, and arts was 92.35%… read more

How to Use SMS to Check The Class 12th RBSE Result 2024?

The procedures listed below must be followed by students to view their Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024:

Text a message to the provided number using the format indicated below:

-Type RJ12A Roll Number for the Arts stream and send it to 5676750 or 56263.

– For the Science stream Type RJ12S Roll Number and send it to 5676750 or 56263.

-Type RJ12C Roll Number for the Commerce stream and send it to 5676750 or 56263.

How to Check the Online RBSE 12th Result 2024?

Students can view their class 12 RBSE result 2024 by following the guidelines listed below:

Step 1: Go to rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in or rajresults.nic.in, the RBSE’s official website.

Step 2: Select the link of the 2024 12th RBSE Results.

Step 3: Select the stream name that has to have its outcome verified.

Step 4: Type your roll number in the designated field.

Step 5: Press on “Submit.”

Step 6: The screen will display the RBSE 12th Result 2024.

Step 7: For quick reference, students need to save their RBSE 12th Result 2024 from rajresults.nic.in.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: Increase in Pass Percentage Across Streams

Rbse 10th result 2024: when will rajasthan board 10th result be announced.

Students will have to wait for the 10th result. The Rajasthan Board has not released any update regarding the 10th result. It is believed that Rajasthan Board 10th Result 2024 will be released by the end of this month. Rajasthan Board result notification will be available a day before. Keep checking the official website for all updates.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: Number of Students

Around 8,66,270 candidates registered for the Rajasthan board 12th exams while 3671 students registered for the Senior Upadhyay examination.

RBSE 12th Result 2024: Why Will Rajasthan Board Topper List Not be Released?

Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education does not release toppers list of 10th and 12th. The board believes that the scrutiny process starts after the release of the results. In this, there is a possibility of the number of students being more or less. In such a case, the result released earlier is not valid. It is possible that in the rechecking of the copy, the name of another student may appear in the merit list.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: All Stream Results Above 95%

Science Stream- 97.75%

Commerce- 98.95%

Arts- 96.88%

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: Pass Percentage Declared!

Rbse 12th result 2024: rajasthan board 12th result declared.

This year, about 8,66,270 students took the Rajasthan Board 12th Arts, Science and Commerce examination. The Rajasthan Board was informed about the result date yesterday evening. As per the scheduled time, RBSE Result 2024 was released in the afternoon. The result was declared about 45 days after the end of the Rajasthan Board 12th examination. This year, the Rajasthan Board has released the results of all three streams i.e. Arts, Science, and Commerce together. The Rajasthan Board exam was conducted between February 26 to April 4.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: Website Down? Here's How to Check Scores Offline

Step 1: Text a message to the provided number using the format indicated below:

— Type RJ12A Roll Number for the Arts stream and send it to 5676750 or 56263.

— For the Science stream Type RJ12S Roll Number and send it to 5676750 or 56263.

— Type RJ12C Roll Number for the Commerce stream and send it to 5676750 or 56263.

Step 2: Students should keep a screenshot of their 12th RBSE Result 2024 for future use, following their SMS delivery of the results.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: Last Year's Pass Percentage

Last year, the pass percentage of girls in the Rajasthan Board 12th Arts stream was more than that of boys. Girls passed 94.06 per cent and boys passed 90.65 per cent. A total of 7,19,743 students had registered for the Arts stream. Out of which 7,5,415 had taken the exam.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Board Result 2024: How to Check?

Step 1. Search the official website, rajresults.nic.in.

Step 2. Click on the Class 12th Result 2024 link on the homepage.

Step 3. Provide the required information, such as your date of birth and roll number, then press the submit button.

Step 4. RBSE Class 12th Result 2024 will then be shown on your screen.

Step 5. Download and save.

RBSE Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2024: Pass Percentage to be Out Shortly

The RBSE is announcing the results of the class 12 arts, science and commerce streams simultaneously for the second time only. The pass percentages will be declared shortly.

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Public education is facing a crisis of epic proportions

How politics and the pandemic put schools in the line of fire

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A previous version of this story incorrectly said that 39 percent of American children were on track in math. That is the percentage performing below grade level.

Test scores are down, and violence is up . Parents are screaming at school boards , and children are crying on the couches of social workers. Anger is rising. Patience is falling.

For public schools, the numbers are all going in the wrong direction. Enrollment is down. Absenteeism is up. There aren’t enough teachers, substitutes or bus drivers. Each phase of the pandemic brings new logistics to manage, and Republicans are planning political campaigns this year aimed squarely at failings of public schools.

Public education is facing a crisis unlike anything in decades, and it reaches into almost everything that educators do: from teaching math, to counseling anxious children, to managing the building.

Political battles are now a central feature of education, leaving school boards, educators and students in the crosshairs of culture warriors. Schools are on the defensive about their pandemic decision-making, their curriculums, their policies regarding race and racial equity and even the contents of their libraries. Republicans — who see education as a winning political issue — are pressing their case for more “parental control,” or the right to second-guess educators’ choices. Meanwhile, an energized school choice movement has capitalized on the pandemic to promote alternatives to traditional public schools.

“The temperature is way up to a boiling point,” said Nat Malkus, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative-leaning think tank. “If it isn’t a crisis now, you never get to crisis.”

Experts reach for comparisons. The best they can find is the earthquake following Brown v. Board of Education , when the Supreme Court ordered districts to desegregate and White parents fled from their cities’ schools. That was decades ago.

Today, the cascading problems are felt acutely by the administrators, teachers and students who walk the hallways of public schools across the country. Many say they feel unprecedented levels of stress in their daily lives.

Remote learning, the toll of illness and death, and disruptions to a dependable routine have left students academically behind — particularly students of color and those from poor families. Behavior problems ranging from inability to focus in class all the way to deadly gun violence have gripped campuses. Many students and teachers say they are emotionally drained, and experts predict schools will be struggling with the fallout for years to come.

Teresa Rennie, an eighth-grade math and science teacher in Philadelphia, said in 11 years of teaching, she has never referred this many children to counseling.

“So many students are needy. They have deficits academically. They have deficits socially,” she said. Rennie said that she’s drained, too. “I get 45 minutes of a prep most days, and a lot of times during that time I’m helping a student with an assignment, or a child is crying and I need to comfort them and get them the help they need. Or there’s a problem between two students that I need to work with. There’s just not enough time.”

Many wonder: How deep is the damage?

Learning lost

At the start of the pandemic, experts predicted that students forced into remote school would pay an academic price. They were right.

“The learning losses have been significant thus far and frankly I’m worried that we haven’t stopped sinking,” said Dan Goldhaber, an education researcher at the American Institutes for Research.

Some of the best data come from the nationally administered assessment called i-Ready, which tests students three times a year in reading and math, allowing researchers to compare performance of millions of students against what would be expected absent the pandemic. It found significant declines, especially among the youngest students and particularly in math.

The low point was fall 2020, when all students were coming off a spring of chaotic, universal remote classes. By fall 2021 there were some improvements, but even then, academic performance remained below historic norms.

Take third grade, a pivotal year for learning and one that predicts success going forward. In fall 2021, 38 percent of third-graders were below grade level in reading, compared with 31 percent historically. In math, 39 percent of students were below grade level, vs. 29 percent historically.

Damage was most severe for students from the lowest-income families, who were already performing at lower levels.

A McKinsey & Co. study found schools with majority-Black populations were five months behind pre-pandemic levels, compared with majority-White schools, which were two months behind. Emma Dorn, a researcher at McKinsey, describes a “K-shaped” recovery, where kids from wealthier families are rebounding and those in low-income homes continue to decline.

“Some students are recovering and doing just fine. Other people are not,” she said. “I’m particularly worried there may be a whole cohort of students who are disengaged altogether from the education system.”

A hunt for teachers, and bus drivers

Schools, short-staffed on a good day, had little margin for error as the omicron variant of the coronavirus swept over the country this winter and sidelined many teachers. With a severe shortage of substitutes, teachers had to cover other classes during their planning periods, pushing prep work to the evenings. San Francisco schools were so strapped that the superintendent returned to the classroom on four days this school year to cover middle school math and science classes. Classes were sometimes left unmonitored or combined with others into large groups of unglorified study halls.

“The pandemic made an already dire reality even more devastating,” said Becky Pringle, president of the National Education Association, referring to the shortages.

In 2016, there were 1.06 people hired for every job listing. That figure has steadily dropped, reaching 0.59 hires for each opening last year, Bureau of Labor Statistics data show. In 2013, there were 557,320 substitute teachers, the BLS reported. In 2020, the number had fallen to 415,510. Virtually every district cites a need for more subs.

It’s led to burnout as teachers try to fill in the gaps.

“The overall feelings of teachers right now are ones of just being exhausted, beaten down and defeated, and just out of gas. Expectations have been piled on educators, even before the pandemic, but nothing is ever removed,” said Jennifer Schlicht, a high school teacher in Olathe, Kan., outside Kansas City.

Research shows the gaps in the number of available educators are most acute in areas including special education and educators who teach English language learners, as well as substitutes. And all school year, districts have been short on bus drivers , who have been doubling up routes, and forcing late school starts and sometimes cancellations for lack of transportation.

Many educators predict that fed-up teachers will probably quit, exacerbating the problem. And they say political attacks add to the burnout. Teachers are under scrutiny over lesson plans, and critics have gone after teachers unions, which for much of the pandemic demanded remote learning.

“It’s just created an environment that people don’t want to be part of anymore,” said Daniel A. Domenech, executive director of AASA, The School Superintendents Association. “People want to take care of kids, not to be accused and punished and criticized.”

Falling enrollment

Traditional public schools educate the vast majority of American children, but enrollment has fallen, a worrisome trend that could have lasting repercussions. Enrollment in traditional public schools fell to less than 49.4 million students in fall 2020 , a 2.7 percent drop from a year earlier .

National data for the current school year is not yet available. But if the trend continues, that will mean less money for public schools as federal and state funding are both contingent on the number of students enrolled. For now, schools have an infusion of federal rescue money that must be spent by 2024.

Some students have shifted to private or charter schools. A rising number , especially Black families , opted for home schooling. And many young children who should have been enrolling in kindergarten delayed school altogether. The question has been: will these students come back?

Some may not. Preliminary data for 19 states compiled by Nat Malkus, of the American Enterprise Institute, found seven states where enrollment dropped in fall 2020 and then dropped even further in 2021. His data show 12 states that saw declines in 2020 but some rebounding in 2021 — though not one of them was back to 2019 enrollment levels.

Joshua Goodman, associate professor of education and economics at Boston University, studied enrollment in Michigan schools and found high-income, White families moved to private schools to get in-person school. Far more common, though, were lower-income Black families shifting to home schooling or other remote options because they were uncomfortable with the health risks of in person.

“Schools were damned if they did, and damned if they didn’t,” Goodman said.

At the same time, charter schools, which are privately run but publicly funded, saw enrollment increase by 7 percent, or nearly 240,000 students, according to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. There’s also been a surge in home schooling. Private schools saw enrollment drop slightly in 2020-21 but then rebound this academic year, for a net growth of 1.7 percent over two years, according to the National Association of Independent Schools, which represents 1,600 U.S. schools.

Absenteeism on the rise

Even if students are enrolled, they won’t get much schooling if they don’t show up.

Last school year, the number of students who were chronically absent — meaning they have missed more than 10 percent of school days — nearly doubled from before the pandemic, according to data from a variety of states and districts studied by EveryDay Labs, a company that works with districts to improve attendance.

This school year, the numbers got even worse.

In Connecticut, for instance, the number of chronically absent students soared from 12 percent in 2019-20 to 20 percent the next year to 24 percent this year, said Emily Bailard, chief executive of the company. In Oakland, Calif., they went from 17.3 percent pre-pandemic to 19.8 percent last school year to 43 percent this year. In Pittsburgh, chronic absences stayed where they were last school year at about 25 percent, then shot up to 45 percent this year.

“We all expected that this year would look much better,” Bailard said. One explanation for the rise may be that schools did not keep careful track of remote attendance last year and the numbers understated the absences then, she said.

The numbers were the worst for the most vulnerable students. This school year in Connecticut, for instance, 24 percent of all students were chronically absent, but the figure topped 30 percent for English-learners, students with disabilities and those poor enough to qualify for free lunch. Among students experiencing homelessness, 56 percent were chronically absent.

Fights and guns

Schools are open for in-person learning almost everywhere, but students returned emotionally unsettled and unable to conform to normally accepted behavior. At its most benign, teachers are seeing kids who cannot focus in class, can’t stop looking at their phones, and can’t figure out how to interact with other students in all the normal ways. Many teachers say they seem younger than normal.

Amy Johnson, a veteran teacher in rural Randolph, Vt., said her fifth-graders had so much trouble being together that the school brought in a behavioral specialist to work with them three hours each week.

“My students are not acclimated to being in the same room together,” she said. “They don’t listen to each other. They cannot interact with each other in productive ways. When I’m teaching I might have three or five kids yelling at me all at the same time.”

That loss of interpersonal skills has also led to more fighting in hallways and after school. Teachers and principals say many incidents escalate from small disputes because students lack the habit of remaining calm. Many say the social isolation wrought during remote school left them with lower capacity to manage human conflict.

Just last week, a high-schooler in Los Angeles was accused of stabbing another student in a school hallway, police on the big island of Hawaii arrested seven students after an argument escalated into a fight, and a Baltimore County, Md., school resource officer was injured after intervening in a fight during the transition between classes.

There’s also been a steep rise in gun violence. In 2021, there were at least 42 acts of gun violence on K-12 campuses during regular hours, the most during any year since at least 1999, according to a Washington Post database . The most striking of 2021 incidents was the shooting in Oxford, Mich., that killed four. There have been already at least three shootings in 2022.

Back to school has brought guns, fighting and acting out

The Center for Homeland Defense and Security, which maintains its own database of K-12 school shootings using a different methodology, totaled nine active shooter incidents in schools in 2021, in addition to 240 other incidents of gunfire on school grounds. So far in 2022, it has recorded 12 incidents. The previous high, in 2019, was 119 total incidents.

David Riedman, lead researcher on the K-12 School Shooting Database, points to four shootings on Jan. 19 alone, including at Anacostia High School in D.C., where gunshots struck the front door of the school as a teen sprinted onto the campus, fleeing a gunman.

Seeing opportunity

Fueling the pressure on public schools is an ascendant school-choice movement that promotes taxpayer subsidies for students to attend private and religious schools, as well as publicly funded charter schools, which are privately run. Advocates of these programs have seen the public system’s woes as an excellent opportunity to push their priorities.

EdChoice, a group that promotes these programs, tallies seven states that created new school choice programs last year. Some are voucher-type programs where students take some of their tax dollars with them to private schools. Others offer tax credits for donating to nonprofit organizations, which give scholarships for school expenses. Another 15 states expanded existing programs, EdChoice says.

The troubles traditional schools have had managing the pandemic has been key to the lobbying, said Michael McShane, director of national research for EdChoice. “That is absolutely an argument that school choice advocates make, for sure.”

If those new programs wind up moving more students from public to private systems, that could further weaken traditional schools, even as they continue to educate the vast majority of students.

Kevin G. Welner, director of the National Education Policy Center at the University of Colorado, who opposes school choice programs, sees the surge of interest as the culmination of years of work to undermine public education. He is both impressed by the organization and horrified by the results.

“I wish that organizations supporting public education had the level of funding and coordination that I’ve seen in these groups dedicated to its privatization,” he said.

A final complication: Politics

Rarely has education been such a polarizing political topic.

Republicans, fresh off Glenn Youngkin’s victory in the Virginia governor’s race, have concluded that key to victory is a push for parental control and “parents rights.” That’s a nod to two separate topics.

First, they are capitalizing on parent frustrations over pandemic policies, including school closures and mandatory mask policies. The mask debate, which raged at the start of the school year, got new life this month after Youngkin ordered Virginia schools to allow students to attend without face coverings.

The notion of parental control also extends to race, and objections over how American history is taught. Many Republicans also object to school districts’ work aimed at racial equity in their systems, a basket of policies they have dubbed critical race theory. Critics have balked at changes in admissions to elite school in the name of racial diversity, as was done in Fairfax, Va. , and San Francisco ; discussion of White privilege in class ; and use of the New York Times’s “1619 Project,” which suggests slavery and racism are at the core of American history.

“Everything has been politicized,” said Domenech, of AASA. “You’re beside yourself saying, ‘How did we ever get to this point?’”

Part of the challenge going forward is that the pandemic is not over. Each time it seems to be easing, it returns with a variant vengeance, forcing schools to make politically and educationally sensitive decisions about the balance between safety and normalcy all over again.

At the same time, many of the problems facing public schools feed on one another. Students who are absent will probably fall behind in learning, and those who fall behind are likely to act out.

A similar backlash exists regarding race. For years, schools have been under pressure to address racism in their systems and to teach it in their curriculums, pressure that intensified after the murder of George Floyd in 2020. Many districts responded, and that opened them up to countervailing pressures from those who find schools overly focused on race.

Some high-profile boosters of public education are optimistic that schools can move past this moment. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona last week promised, “It will get better.” Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, said, “If we can rebuild community-education relations, if we can rebuild trust, public education will not only survive but has a real chance to thrive.”

But the path back is steep, and if history is a guide, the wealthiest schools will come through reasonably well, while those serving low-income communities will struggle. Steve Matthews, superintendent of the 6,900-student Novi Community School District in Michigan, just northwest of Detroit, said his district will probably face a tougher road back than wealthier nearby districts that are, for instance, able to pay teachers more.

“Resource issues. Trust issues. De-professionalization of teaching is making it harder to recruit teachers,” he said. “A big part of me believes schools are in a long-term crisis.”

Valerie Strauss contributed to this report.

The pandemic’s impact on education

The latest: Updated coronavirus booster shots are now available for children as young as 5 . To date, more than 10.5 million children have lost one or both parents or caregivers during the coronavirus pandemic.

In the classroom: Amid a teacher shortage, states desperate to fill teaching jobs have relaxed job requirements as staffing crises rise in many schools . American students’ test scores have even plummeted to levels unseen for decades. One D.C. school is using COVID relief funds to target students on the verge of failure .

Higher education: College and university enrollment is nowhere near pandemic level, experts worry. ACT and SAT testing have rebounded modestly since the massive disruptions early in the coronavirus pandemic, and many colleges are also easing mask rules .

DMV news: Most of Prince George’s students are scoring below grade level on district tests. D.C. Public School’s new reading curriculum is designed to help improve literacy among the city’s youngest readers.

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Off-camera, director Juan Ravell asks Venezuelan journalist Roberto Deniz, “Has this investigation been worth it?”

Deniz considers the question and then answers, “Professionally, I always say it’s been worth it.”

“And personally?” Ravell asks.

“That answer is more complicated,” Deniz says, adding, “… It would have been easier to look away.”

That conversation is part of FRONTLINE’s new documentary, A Dangerous Assignment: Uncovering Corruption in Maduro’s Venezuela , made in collaboration with the independent Venezuelan news site Armando.info . The 90-minute documentary, which premieres on streaming platforms and PBS stations May 14 ( check local listings ), tells the story of a corruption scandal spanning from Venezuela to Europe to the U.S. and what has happened to the journalists who helped uncover the story, including Deniz.

As Deniz recalls in the excerpt above, “I didn’t know who I was investigating. I didn’t understand all the connections I would find or the sheer size of the operation.”

In the documentary, Deniz details how an Armando.info investigation into complaints of the low quality of food distributed by a Venezuelan government program uncovered a connection to Alex Saab, a Colombian businessman who was a close associate of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the biggest contractor for the food program.

The food program, known as Local Committees for Supply and Production (Comité Locales de Abastecimiento y Producción or CLAP), had been implemented by President Maduro in 2016 when the Venezuelan economy was in freefall and the country was consumed by hunger. As the documentary reveals, Deniz and his colleagues uncovered how the CLAP program was enriching Saab.

In the aftermath of Armando.info’s reporting in early 2017, Saab sued Deniz for criminal defamation and denied the facts of their reporting. Facing threats, harassment and possible jail time, Deniz and his editors made the hard decision to leave Venezuela.

Nonetheless, Deniz continued his reporting from exile. As he began to untangle the web of Saab’s business network, Deniz would come to find that he was not the only one investigating the Colombian.

Across the world, other journalists and governments were also looking into Alex Saab.

The journalists’ work helped expose a larger corruption scandal that reached into the highest ranks of Venezuelan government and spanned continents drawing the attention of law enforcement.

Pursuing this story made Deniz and his colleagues targets of the Maduro government. In addition to being sued for criminal defamation by Saab, Deniz has a warrant out for his arrest as a result of his reporting, and his family’s home was raided.

As Deniz notes in the excerpt, “Alex Saab’s story shows us how a regime maintains power.”

A Dangerous Assignment is a story about corruption in Venezuela, and what happens when journalists investigate the powerful.

For the full story, watch A Dangerous Assignment: Uncovering Corruption in Maduro’s Venezuela . The documentary will be available to watch at pbs.org/frontline and in the PBS App starting May 14, 2024, at 7/6c. It will premiere on PBS stations ( check local listings ) and on FRONTLINE’s YouTube channel at 10/9c and will also be available on the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel . The documentary is an Assignment Film production for GBH/FRONTLINE in association with Armando.info. The director is Juan Ravell. The producer is Jeff Arak. The reporter is Roberto Deniz. The executive producer for Armando.info is Ewald Scharfenberg. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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