William R. Hite Jr

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Some Philly schools have rich arts programs, and others have none. How do you fix it?with, and that’s one of our priorities going forward.” Machos said the process
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with, and that’s one of our priorities going forward.” Machos said the process was driven by a mandate from Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. and his team to get more arts into schools. “Little kids are intrinsically artistic,” Machos said. “It’s... Read more
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Why having black male teachers mattersthe conference, which runs through Sunday in Center City. So is Pedro Rivera, P
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the conference, which runs through Sunday in Center City. So is Pedro Rivera, Pennsylvania’s education secretary. And so is William R. Hite Jr., the city schools superintendent, who had only two black male teachers as a boy growing up in... Read more
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9 local schools win coveted National Blue Ribbon honorcity schools. It also has a number of partnerships with outside organizations,
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city schools. It also has a number of partnerships with outside organizations, McKenna said. Mayor Kenney, Superintendent William R. Hite Jr., School Reform Commission Chair Joyce Wilkerson and others surprised teachers and students at the school... Read more
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$450K from Comcast CEO helps Philly schools hit library campaign markstudies show. It’s a particularly enormous problem for Philadelphia and urban d
Philly.com / Posted 23 days ago
studies show. It’s a particularly enormous problem for Philadelphia and urban districts nationwide. Under Superintendent William R. Hite Jr., the school system has placed a strong emphasis on early literacy. The libraries — 300 to 500 books in a... Read more
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Test scores inch up in Philly, Pa. schoolsschool district, and our strategies and initiatives are building a strong found
Philly.com / Posted 24 days ago
school district, and our strategies and initiatives are building a strong foundation for academic success,” Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said in a statement. The district has strengthened early literacy teacher training, added early literacy... Read more
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