Update

September 20, 2021

AALA TO SUPT. REILLY: “LABOR PARTNERS AND COMMUNITY ‘SOIL’ DOES NOT SEEM FERTILE ENOUGH FOR SCF”

On September 9, 2021 AALA President Nery X. Paiz sent a letter to Interim Superintendent Reilly with AALA’s stance on Student Centered Funding (SCF) and its potential negative impact on our most vulnerable students. Dear Superintendent Reilly, The association and I seem to be in agreement with Superintendent Beutner’s overarching recommendations for the 2021 school year: Following the science health and safety protocols to provide the safest brick-and-mortar school environments, for students, faculty, staff, and the school community and; Effectively planning, allocating, and appropriately investing the historical influx of federal and state funds to address learning loss

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