Friday, January 21, 2011

100 day plan

At the agenda review it was noted that a 100 Day Plan has been posted on the PPS website.

But, the plan does not seem to be under "Plans and Initiative" and cannot be found by searching for "100 day plan" on the site's search box.

Can anyone find and provide a link to the plan?

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, at risk of another "comment deleted" and censorship for repetition, the 100 day plan was posted on the PPS website 11 days ago and has been easily accessible under Superintendent's 100 Day Plan .

http://php.pghboe.net/news/index.php/2011/01/11/superintendent-dr-linda-lane-announces-100-day-transition-plan/

Anonymous said...

I wonder if the 100 day plan came from Broad foundation. They helped or aided Mark Roosevelt in his first 100 days. It is part of Broad Superintendents Academy's Program.

Propoganda

Suspect

Questioner said...

Did MR have a 100 day plan?

Anonymous said...

Lane has told her people that it will be business as usual and as done by the previous administration. She's also told people who are looking to make changes that they need to pack up.
Teachers---the bull's eye is still there. Especially on you older vets.

Anonymous said...

one thing impress me the most on the 100 day plan,Dr. Lane wants to build a community relationship which meaning willing to seek information to have a say so in the PPS.
also Dr.Lane will be holding town hall meetings through out the PPS dist.
in all of the 100 day plan initiative we now can have a VOICE or be back on the outside looking in when decision are made!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Don't hold your breath.

Anonymous said...

thank you 2:05 a.m. you are right.now if the superintendent holds all the administration accountable if not doing the job right or well they would be dismiss from position.
meaning if superintendent not doing his/her job well they should also be dismiss from that position by the board members it is all about ACCOUNTABILITY no one should be exempt that's what they do in
CORPORATE AMERICA fire you.

Anonymous said...

They are hiring substitute teachers into the office talent management.

Everything they do is a joke

Anonymous said...

The voters have not held the board members accoutable. On the other hand, people need to run against these city council wantabees.

Anonymous said...

M.R. did have a 100 day plan, from the Broad foundation

Anonymous said...

The following acknowledgement is a direct quotation from the top of page 9 of Dr. Lane's "110 Day Transition Plan.

"Acknowledgement: 
As I began to develop this document, I was blessed to 
have the plans of several other new Superintendents, and 
I especially want thank Heath Morrison, PhD for his plan 
on which this plan was based.  I also wish to thank The Broad Center, Alumni Services in 
the persons of Dr. Barbara Byrd Bennett and Ms. Lynn Liao 
who provided the vehicle to share the plans as well as an 
immediate support to me, to get my new work off to a 
strong start! 
     ‐Linda S. Lane "

Anonymous said...

See page 9 of 12 on the Foundations article:

". . . The union took the money in exchange for giving Rhee some of the changes she wanted. The money came with a political restriction: the foundations would withdraw their pledges if there was a "material change" in the school districts leadership. When critics challenged the legality of the arrangement. . . "

Anonymous said...

There's an excellent book from the Harvard Education Press that should help inform Dr. Lane's work during the first 100 days and through her tenure:

http://www.hepg.org/hep/book/123/StretchingTheSchoolDollar