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Full text of "Report to the United States District Court on Administrators"

' THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF THE CITY OF BOSTON 



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:OVcRNMEhlT DOCUMENTS 

DEPARTMENT 
[BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL AND LABOR RELATIONS 

MANAGER 

IDA WHITE 



March 15, 19 83 



MEMORANDUM 



TO: Dr. Robert R. Spillane, Superintendent 

FROM: Ida White, Manager, Personnel/Labor Relation 

SUBJECT: March 15, 1983 Report to the United States 
District Court on Administrators 




Please find enclosed the number of white, black and other 
minority permanent and acting administrators as required to be 
filed on March 15, 1983 by Order of the United States District 
Court. 

In the January 15, 1983 filing we advised the Court and 
parties of the December 15, 1982 Managerial Plan and stated 
that the duties and responsibilities of those positions in 
question would be reviewed prior to the March 15, 1983 filing. 
This analysis of the December 14, 1982 Managerial Plan has been 
completed and, where applicable, those positions have been list- 
ed in this report. 



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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 



OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 

1 Superintendent 

1 Executive Ad-iiinistrative Assistant 

1 Senior Administrative Assistant 

1 Media Assistant 

1 Special Assistant 



W 
W 
B 
W 

B 



OFFICE OF DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT - FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION 



1 Deputy Superintendent 

1. Mministrative Assistant 

i Executive Administrative Assistant 

1 Senior Administrative Assistant 

1 Project Director 

1 Program Director 

Office of the Business Manager 

1 Business Manager 

2 Assistant Business Managers 

3 Coordinators 



W 

Vacahcy 
W(A) 

Vacancy 

W(A) 

W(A) 



W 
W(A) 

2W(A), 



IB (A) 



Department of Information Systems Development 



1 Manager of Information Systems 0(A) 

1 Assistant Manager of Computer Operations W 

4 Project Leaders 'WCA) 

1 Unit Leader W(A) 

1 Analyst ' W(A) 



Department of Personnel and Labor Relations 



1 Manager 

1 Assistant Manager 

1 Assistant Director - Title I 

1 Assistant Director 

1 Specialist 

3 Unit Leaders 
1 Analyst 

4 Junior Analysts 

3 Senior Coordinators 

1 Personnel Relations Coordinator 

1 Senior Analyst 



B 

B(A) 

B(A) 

W 

B(A) 
2W(A) ; 
I 0(A)_ 

ZWOA) 
2W(A) ; 

W 

B(A) 



J^O(A_^ 
IB (A) 



1 0(A) 



Office of Budget Management 

1 Budget Chief 

1 Senior External Funds Coordinator 

1 _ External Funds Coordinator 

2 Senior Coordinators •" 
2 Coordinators 

1 Analyse 

1 Junior Analyst 

2 Evaluation Specialisrs 
-1. Junior Specialist 



W 

W(A) 

V7(A) 
IW; IB (A) 
1W; IB 

W(A) 

B(A) 
1W(A) 

B(A) 



IB (A) 



CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION Page 2 



OFFICE OF DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT - SCHOOL OPERATIONS- . 

1 Deputy Superintendent B 

1 Executive Assistant ' B (A) 

1 Administrative Assistant " W(A) 

1 Program Director B 

1 Project Director W(A) 

1 Coordinator W(A) 

Office of Plant Engineer 

1 Chief Engineer W 

1 Deputy Chief Plant Engineer W 

1 Supervisor . -^ ... B (A) 

: Department of Food Services 

1 Director -i?- W 

1 Assistant Director W 

1 Project Director B " 

Office of Planning and Engineering 

1 Chief Structural Engineer W(A) 

1 Senior Structtirai Engineer . W 

1 Assistant Manager W(A) 

1 Senior Engineer, W{A) 

School Safety Services 

1 Safety Chief W(A) 

1 Administrative Assistant W(A) 

3 Senior Safety Coordinators 1W; 2B (A) 

2 Investigative Counselors 1W; IB 

OFFICE OF DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT - CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 

Deputy Superintendent B 

Executive Administrative Assistant W 

Senior Administrative -Assistant B 

Director - Title I W 

Associate Director - Title I , - W 

Assistant Director - Title I W 

Project Director - Title VII W(A) 

Specialist - Title VII W(A) 

Senior Specialist/Curriculum Writer B (A) 
Program Director/ Curriculum Objectives W(A) 

Senior Advisor - Physical Education Vacancy 

Coordinator - Swimming W(A) 
Assistant Program Director - ^.Physical Ed. W 



Page 3 



Boston Institute for Professional Development 

1 Manager 

1 Senior Coordinator 

2 Coordinators 

Office of Instructional Services 



B (A) 
W 
1W; IB (A) 



1 Manager of Instructional Services 

1 Manager - Evaluation and Testing 

1 Administrative Assistant 

2 Senior Curriculum Advisors 

1 Associate Director - Title I 

8 Assistant Directors - Title I 

1 Evaluation Specialist 

1 Assistant Director 

1 Senior Specialist/Curriculum Writer 

1 Advanced Work Class Coordinator 

1 Systems Specialist 

1 Senior Advisor - Fine Arts 

1 Senior Advisor - Music 

1 Senior Advisor - Science 

1 Program Director - Music 

1 Senior Program Director - Reading 

1 Senior Program Director - Mathematics 

1 Senior Program Director - Social Studies 

1 Senior Program Director - Foreign Languages 

1 Program Director - Athletics 

1 Senior Program Director - Technology & Media 



Vacancy 

W(A) 

B(A) 
IB; 1W(A) 

W~(Ar 
7W, 3(A) ; IB (A) 

W(A) 

W 

W(A) 

W(A) 

W(A) 

W{A) 

W 

W 

W(A) 

Vacancy 

Vacancy 

Vacancy 

Vacancy 

Vacancy 

Vacancy 



Bilingual 

1 Senior Advisor 

6 Coordinators of Bil. & Multicultural 

Education Resources 
1 Administrative Assistant 

Bilingual Lau Unit 

1 Coordinator 

2 Specialists 

Student Support Services 



Manager 

Staff Assistant 

Projects Director 

Teacher- in-Charge 

Projects Director - Bilingual Special Ed. 



W 

3W; 2 
0(A) 



W 



0(1A) ; IB 



IB (A) ; 1W(A) 



W(A) 
W(A) 
B(A) 
W(A) 
0(A) 



Page 4 



CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 



Early Childhood/Elem entary Student Support Programs 

W(A; 
B(A) 



1 Senior Advisor „ , 

1 Special Assistant ^^ 



Middle S chool Student Support Programs 



1 Senior Advisor 
1 Special Assistant 

Secondary School S tudent Support Programs 

1 Senior Advisor 

1 Special Assistant 

Pupil Services 

2 Senior Advisors 

1 Senior Coordinator ■ 

Compliance/Placement 



W(A) 



W(A} 
B(A) 



W 
W(A) 



1 Assistant Manager rj,,, 

1 Special Assistant !! a 



Contracted Services 
1 Associate Manager 



W(A) 



W 



Adult Educational and Recreational Activities 

1 Director ^ 

1 Coordinating Supervisor " W(aJ ■ 

*Department of Educa tional & Employment ServicP... 

2 Transitional Associates TVT,a^ 

1 Transitional Assistant w a ' 

2 Assistant Directors IB- 1W 
1 Coordinator of Urban Retrofit Programs W(A) 

OFFICE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 

1 Senior Officer g.,> 

1 Senior Administrative Assistant bJa! 
1 Personnel Specialist 



B(A) 
Vacancy 



W 



OFFICE OF GENERAL COUNSEL 

1 General Counsel j. 

2 Assistant General Counsels ' ^ 
1 Assistant General Counsel-Labor Relations B 

^Reports to Director of Educational and Employment at HHHORC 



•CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 



OFFICE OF SENIOR OFFICER - IMPLEMENTATION 



1 Senior Officer 

1 Staff Assistant 

DEPARTMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION 

1 Executive Director 

- 4- "Directors 

1 Assistant Director 

1 Coordinator 
1 1 Specialists 
13 Officers 

2 Analysts 



w 










W(A) 










B 


1B(A) 






— 


3W(2A) ; 




W(A) 

B(A) 
3B(1A) ; 
6B(3A) ; 


5W(3A) 
5WT3A) ; 


2 
1 


0(1A); 
(A) ; 


1 vacan 


1 

2W(A). 


vacancy 









■ ■ ■ ■ TnTTVT >TTTMRFP <^F PFPMANKNT AND ACTING 


Page 6 


• _ 


ADMINISTRATORS 


- CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 












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AC 

B 


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B 


W 





W 





- 


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'l 




1 








1 


9 


1 










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2 ■ 




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4 


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2 


2 


1 


2 


9 


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2 


2 







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1 








1 


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3--:: 




1 


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3 


- 




7 


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1 


10 


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1- 






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2 


4 






17 


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2 




-_— - 


: 1 


6 


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6 


16 


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2 






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2 


10--. 


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7 


t1 


1 




32 


jpervisors 


- 


- '^::-t 




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1 






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2 


2 ■■ 


1 


5 


. _6..._ 


1 


r 


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' 3 


2 - 

1 


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3 


1 


1 


13 


1 






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2 


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1 


1 




1 


2 


1 


1 


7 




2 




1 


4 






7 


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1 




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liief 

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1__ 


h 


_1 





8 




1 ___ 


■ 1 

3_ _ 




2 





4 







TOTAL NU MBER OF PERMANENT AND ACTTNr; 
ADMINISTRATORS - CENTRAX ADMINISTRATION 



Page 



leputy/Senior 
nalneer 
enior. 

!:y3liculum_ Adyis . 
2acher-in- 

large 

ransTtional 
ssociates 
'ansitional 
sslstant 




CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 



♦PROGRAM SPECIALISTS - STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES 

15 12W; 3B 



♦ PERSONNEL ON ASSIGNMENT 

Library 

Bilingual Department 

Personnel 

Vocational/Occupational Education 

Student Support Services 

Office of Deputy Superintendent/ 

Finance and Administration 

Audio Visual Department 

Office of Implementation 

TOTAL 



3 2W; IB 

2 1W; 10 (63 6 funded) 



1W 

IB 
2W 

1W 



(Director on Assignment) 
(1 funded) 



(Headmaster on Assignment) 
1W (Headmaster on Assignment) 
1W (Headmaster on Assignment) 

27 21W; 5B; 10 



♦Not included in any previous totals. 



Page 9 



OFFICES OF THE COMMUNITY SUPERINTENDENTS 

Community District One 

1 Community Superintendent W(A) 

1 Administrative Assistant W(A) 

1 Guidance Counselor 0(A) 

Community District Two 

1 Community Superintendent W 

1^. ^Administrative Assistant W(A) 

Community District Three 

•1 Community Superintendent W(A) 

1 Administrative Assistant W(A) 

Community District Four 

1 Community Superintendent B 

1 Administrative Assistant B 

Community District Five 

1 Community Superintendent B 

1 'Administrative Assistant B 
1 Administrative Assistant for 

636 Projects B (A) 

Community District Six 

1 Community Superintendent W 

1 Administrative Assistant W 

Community District Seven 

1 Community Superintendent W 

1 Administrative Assistant W 

Community District Eight. 

1 Community Superintendent W 

1 Administrative Assistant W 

Community District Nine 

1 Community Superintendent , B 

2 Administrative Assistants 1W(A) ; 1B(A) 



f U. '^ C I ^ 



TOTAL NUMBER OF PERMANENT AMD ACTING ADMINISTRATORS 
OFFICES OF THE COMMUNITY SUPERINTENDENTS 



- ,-■■;:■.--■ -■ ■ • - ■■ ; 


PEBHAIIENT 


ACTING 


VACANCIKS 


TOTAL 


- 


B 


V 





B 


V 









munity Superintendents 


? 


4 


n 





2 


Q 




9 




4nistrative Assistants 


2 


3 





2 


4 







11 


dance Counselors 

















1 




1 




TOTALS 


5 


7 





2 


6 


1 




21 
























































































































































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'offices of the community superintendents 
School Psychologists and Pupil Adjustment Counselors * 

Permanent 



School Psychologists 

Pupil Adjustment Counselors 



B W 
7 30 2 
16 



Acting 
B W 

1 1 1 

1 3 



Total 
B W 

8 31 1_ 

1 16 3 



Personnel on Assignment * 

Community District One 
Community District Two 

Community District Three 
Community District Four 
Community District Five 

Community District Six 

Community District Seven 
Community District Eight 
Community District Nine 

TOTAL 

*Not included in any previous 



2 IW; IB (Liaison Teacher - Funded) 

3 IW; 2B (1 Liaison Teacher - Funded; 

1 teacher - 636 Funded) 

2W (Includes 1 Liaison Teacher-Funded) 

2W (Includes 1 Liaison Teacher-Funded) 

6W. (Includes 1 Liaison Teacher-Funded; 
4 Teachers - 636 Funded); IB 

3W (Includes 1 Liaison Teacher-Funded; 
also 1 Funded by 636) 

2W (Includes 1 Liaison Teacher-Funded) 
2W (Includes 1 Liaison Teacher-Funded) 
IB 



23 18W; 5B 
totals. 



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AK IIin:STR,'VTIVS POSITIOnS - MIDDLE SCHOOL 



MIDDLE SCHOOLS 



PRINCIPAL 



ASSISTAT.T PRIIICIPAL 



B 



B 



'.; 



DISTRICT I 



•--Edison- 



Taft. , 



niST^TfT I.T, . .. ,^ 



1A 



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2 



Curley, Mary E. • 



1A 



Lewis 



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Roosevelt 



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DISTRICT III 



Irving 



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Lewenberg 



Shaw, R. G, 



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DISTRICT V 



Rogers 



Thompson 



DISTRICT V 



Cleveland 



Holmes 



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DISTRICT VI 



Dearborn 



Gavin. 



McCormack 



1A 



lA 






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1 English High School W (A) 
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Central Administrators (Pages 1-7) . 201 

Research Assistants, 

Pupil AdjustiTient Counselors 112 

Personnel on Assignment 
(Pages 8 and 11) 

Cotimunity Superintendents' Offices 21 

(Pages 9 and 10) 

School Administrators 437 

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389 


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Senior/ 

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TITLE 


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1 


3 





4 




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24 


2 


36 




27.78 


66.66 


5.56 


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1 


1 





2 




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2 







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7 


10 


2 


19 




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52.63 


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41.67 


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2 


3 


1 


6 




33.33 


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16.67 


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2 




50.00 


50.00 





5sistant/^sociate Manager 


1 


6 





7 




14.29 


85.71 





'aluation/Systems Specialist 


1 


3 





4 




25.00 


75.00 





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3 


6 


2 


11 




27.27 


54.55 


18.18 


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2 





2 







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Mii^unity Superiiiteiident 


3 


6 





9 




33.33 


36.67 





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2 


59 





61 




3.28 


96.72 





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10- 


22 





32 




31.25 


68.75 





ssistant Headmaster-Subiect 


25 


104 


4 


133 




18.80 


78.19 


3.01 


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14 


38 


6 


58 




24.14 


65.52 


10.34 


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6 





6 







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8 




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87.50 





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389 


21 


524 




21.76 


74.23 


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