Move to eliminate teachers' union at two South Bend Empowerment Zone schools causes outcry
SOUTH BEND — Cheryl Camacho’s presentation at the Civil Rights Heritage Center Wednesday evening was meant to highlight some of the South Bend Empowerment Zone’s successes so far and goals for its five turnaround schools going into next school year. But the mood quickly shifted as the audience — many wearing “Red for Ed” teachers’ union shirts — questioned changes coming to two of the zone’s five schools.
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- Students at Coquillard Elementary receive desks for at-home learning at no cost
- South Bend Empowerment Zone and Boys and Girls Club of St. Joseph County partner to meet pandemic learning needs
- South Bend Empowerment Zone students will attend virtually for at least first month of semester
- Move to eliminate teachers’ union
- New administration named at South Bend’s Navarre Middle School