For first-time principal Lynn Mouton Carmouche, the first week of school should have been the time to get to know her faculty, students and families at Redemptorist St. Gerard School. The Baton Rouge, La., native had just returned to her hometown after teaching in three states for the past 20 years. Just four days into […]
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Good Morning Must reads this morning – The New York Times editorial on the NAACP’s call to ban charter school expansion, saying it would hurt children stuck in broken public schools. The Wall Street Journal also weighs in, saying the civil rights group may sell out poor black children.
Good Morning October is National Principal’s Month and throughout the month we will share stories from principals of choice schools across the country. Today my blog features Redemptorist St. Gerard School principal Lynn Mouton Carmouche and the challenges the school and its families faced following the Great Flood of 2016. http://bit.ly/2e7BJDN