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OPSBOpen Proxy Scanning Bot
OPSBOracle Public Sector Budgeting
OPSBOrleans Parish School Board
OPSBOhio Power Siting Board (new energy facility review)
OPSBOpen Slotted Band (motors)
OPSBOuachita Parish School Board (Monroe, LA)
OPSBOpen Proxy Scanning Bot (software)
OPSBOld Private Sector Bank
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Act 35 wrested control of nearly all of New Orleans' public schools from the popularly elected Orleans Parish School Board and placed that control in the Recovery School District (RSD), a state-run school district with appointed leadership.
"The legislation that has passed is an incredible opportunity for all of us in New Orleans to build an excellent school system," Orleans Parish School Board Superintendent Henderson Lewis Jr.
The bill would unify New Orleans charter schools under a single authorizer, the local Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB), which is comprised of elected members.
Facing impending desegregation under Judge Wright's plan, the Orleans Parish School Board finally decided to submit a plan of its own.
(223.) Danielle Dreilinger, Orleans Parish School Board Votes to Ask for Return of John McDonough High, Times-Picayune, July 22, 2014, http://www.nola.com/ education/index.ssf/2014/07/orleans_parish_school_board_as.html [hereinafter Dreilinger, Orleans Parish School Board Votes to Ask for Return of John McDonough High].
It is one of 12 Orleans Parish School Board charter schools.
The roles of five key stakeholder organizations: United Teachers of New Orleans; Orleans Parish School Board; State of Louisiana; Algiers Charter School Association; and Mayor Ray Nagin's "Bring New Orleans Back" Education Subcommittee will be explored to answer the research questions posed above.
Cregg, executive vice president and CFO for Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based Pulte Homes Inc., and Stan Smith, COO/CFO of the Orleans Parish School Board in New Orleans.
By early November, the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education granted approval to the fledgling Algiers Charter Schools Association for the opening of five charter schools that were formerly under the jurisdiction of the Orleans Parish School Board. Later, the association gained another three schools, which brought the total to eight.
Later, the Orleans Parish School Board laid off 7,500 teachers and other employees.
Orleans Parish School Board, 244 F.3d 486 (5th Cir.
Orleans Parish School Board is the case most often cited in this areas area of negligence.