Sunday, October 25, 2020


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End Seat-Time Funding and Strike A New Grand Bargain
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Oct 23, 8:48 AM, Education Next:

To better serve all students, a new grand bargain between states and schools is needed to replace seat-time funding. With state funding no longer tied to the physical presence of students, schools would have substantial flexibility in how >
Jeanne Allen: As Parents & Teachers Struggle, Public Health Experts Challenge School Mandates
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Oct 22, 8:15 AM, Forbes:

The seriousness of the current education situation cannot be overstated. As frequently discussed here and across the hundreds of news outlets read by most Americans, a majority of students in traditional public schools - and many in >
Parents Are Worried About Schools. Are the Candidates?
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Oct 22, 8:10 AM, New York Times:

The pandemic has made education a top issue for many voters. But you wouldn’t know that from the candidates’ stump speeches.
The future of public education will be decided in the 2020 election | Opinion
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Oct 22, 8:08 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

Behind the crisis and Trump’s distractions, however, is a simple truth: Rather than working to improve public education, his administration has waged a full-frontal assault on it. And four more years will have devastating consequences for >
Ivanka Trump rallies voters around school choice
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Oct 22, 8:07 AM, WFTX:

Ivanka also brought attention to Denisha Merriweather. The poster child for the administration’s push for school choice.
Column: Do school choice programs hurt traditional public schools by taking money away from them?
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Oct 22, 8:04 AM, Owatonna People Press:

One common myth is that school choice programs hurt traditional public schools by taking money away from them. Bob Bowdon, Choice Media founder and executive director, calls this myth the “draining money myth” and explains in the video >
DeVos Says School Choice Is Coming, Like It Or Not
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Oct 21, 8:05 AM, US News & World Report:

The idea of school choice has long been heralded by Republicans as a way to give children trapped in failing school systems different education opportunities and criticized in equal measure by Democrats for starving traditional public >
Opinion: After the Pandemic, a Revolution in Education and Work Awaits
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Oct 21, 8:03 AM, New York Times:

You’re going to see some amazing stuff emerge, some long-established institutions, like universities, disappear — and the nature of work, workplaces and the workforce be transformed.

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School board gets details on Philly reopening, earful from public
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Oct 23, 8:45 AM, Philadlphia Inquirer:

With the Philadelphia School District gearing up for a late November return to in-person learning for some students, the school board heard details Thursday about building readiness — and got an earful about the proposed reopening >
D.C. mayor points to learning loss in urging schools to reopen as city and union fail to reach agreement
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Oct 23, 8:30 AM:

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) pointed to data Thursday showing a sharp drop in the number of the youngest students who are meeting literacy benchmarks to reinforce her point that there is an urgent need to reopen schools, even as the >
In-person student, at-home teacher? Or the reverse? SCS parents, teachers consider options
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Oct 23, 8:26 AM, Memphis Commercial Appeal:

Both families and teachers will have the choice to head back to Shelby County Schools buildings if the district sticks to plan and returns in January. Once they make their choices, due on Oct. 30, it will be time for an exercise in >
D.C. schools chief: Reopening talks ongoing with teachers union
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Oct 23, 8:17 AM, Washington Times:

D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee on Thursday disputed a labor board ruling that orders his office to confer with the teachers union on reopening plans, saying such talks are ongoing.
Hoboken council pulls school funding formula resolution; ed board wants state to decide
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Oct 23, 8:11 AM, The Record:

The question of how to divvy up $243,000 between the city school district and charter schools prompted dozens of parents to speak out at Wednesday night’s council meeting. But in the end, the city council is barely a step closer to >
Opinion: Gov. Lamont, please fund Danbury Prospect charter school
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Oct 23, 8:08 AM, News Times:

I’m therefore calling on Gov. Lamont to do one better, to bridge the gap between right now and the future success of his program. Guide our legislature to open Danbury Prospect Charter School, which will bring greater teacher diversity to >
Group seeks to start possibly WV’s first charter school, but Mon County public school workers, politicians oppose it
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Oct 23, 8:05 AM, Charleston Gazette:

A group is seeking to open next fall what may become West Virginia’s first charter school, and it will most likely be in Monongalia County.
Charter school aiming to close education gaps with the outdoors to open in northern Weber County
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Oct 23, 8:00 AM, Standard-Examiner:

A new charter school with an ambitious plan to use outdoor learning to combat poverty-induced setbacks to education is slated to open in northern Weber County in August 2021.
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School board gets details on Philly reopening, earful from public
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Oct 23, 8:45 AM, Philadlphia Inquirer:

With the Philadelphia School District gearing up for a late November return to in-person learning for some students, the school board heard details Thursday about building readiness — and got an earful about the proposed reopening >
In-person student, at-home teacher? Or the reverse? SCS parents, teachers consider options
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Oct 23, 8:26 AM, Memphis Commercial Appeal:

Both families and teachers will have the choice to head back to Shelby County Schools buildings if the district sticks to plan and returns in January. Once they make their choices, due on Oct. 30, it will be time for an exercise in >
Hoboken council pulls school funding formula resolution; ed board wants state to decide
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Oct 23, 8:11 AM, The Record:

The question of how to divvy up $243,000 between the city school district and charter schools prompted dozens of parents to speak out at Wednesday night’s council meeting. But in the end, the city council is barely a step closer to >
Opinion: Gov. Lamont, please fund Danbury Prospect charter school
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Oct 23, 8:08 AM, News Times:

I’m therefore calling on Gov. Lamont to do one better, to bridge the gap between right now and the future success of his program. Guide our legislature to open Danbury Prospect Charter School, which will bring greater teacher diversity to >
Group seeks to start possibly WV’s first charter school, but Mon County public school workers, politicians oppose it
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Oct 23, 8:05 AM, Charleston Gazette:

A group is seeking to open next fall what may become West Virginia’s first charter school, and it will most likely be in Monongalia County.
Charter school aiming to close education gaps with the outdoors to open in northern Weber County
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Oct 23, 8:00 AM, Standard-Examiner:

A new charter school with an ambitious plan to use outdoor learning to combat poverty-induced setbacks to education is slated to open in northern Weber County in August 2021.
One in four NYC students didn’t log in during first two days of remote learning in September, analysis finds
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Oct 23, 7:48 AM, New York Post:

Roughly one in four New York City public school students were absent during the first two days of all-remote school in September, an analysis of attendance data shows.
Local charter network to allow some teachers and students back into classroom
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Oct 23, 7:39 AM, Daily Memphian:

Teachers and students will return to Frayser Community Schools buildings over the next several weeks as the charter network’s phased-in reopening plan takes shape.

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End Seat-Time Funding and Strike A New Grand Bargain
/6

Oct 23, 8:48 AM, Education Next:

To better serve all students, a new grand bargain between states and schools is needed to replace seat-time funding. With state funding no longer tied to the physical presence of students, schools would have substantial flexibility in how >
School board gets details on Philly reopening, earful from public
/6

Oct 23, 8:45 AM, Philadlphia Inquirer:

With the Philadelphia School District gearing up for a late November return to in-person learning for some students, the school board heard details Thursday about building readiness — and got an earful about the proposed reopening >
D.C. mayor points to learning loss in urging schools to reopen as city and union fail to reach agreement
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Oct 23, 8:30 AM:

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) pointed to data Thursday showing a sharp drop in the number of the youngest students who are meeting literacy benchmarks to reinforce her point that there is an urgent need to reopen schools, even as the >
In-person student, at-home teacher? Or the reverse? SCS parents, teachers consider options
/6

Oct 23, 8:26 AM, Memphis Commercial Appeal:

Both families and teachers will have the choice to head back to Shelby County Schools buildings if the district sticks to plan and returns in January. Once they make their choices, due on Oct. 30, it will be time for an exercise in >
D.C. schools chief: Reopening talks ongoing with teachers union
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Oct 23, 8:17 AM, Washington Times:

D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee on Thursday disputed a labor board ruling that orders his office to confer with the teachers union on reopening plans, saying such talks are ongoing.
Hoboken council pulls school funding formula resolution; ed board wants state to decide
/6

Oct 23, 8:11 AM, The Record:

The question of how to divvy up $243,000 between the city school district and charter schools prompted dozens of parents to speak out at Wednesday night’s council meeting. But in the end, the city council is barely a step closer to >
Opinion: Gov. Lamont, please fund Danbury Prospect charter school
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Oct 23, 8:08 AM, News Times:

I’m therefore calling on Gov. Lamont to do one better, to bridge the gap between right now and the future success of his program. Guide our legislature to open Danbury Prospect Charter School, which will bring greater teacher diversity to >
Group seeks to start possibly WV’s first charter school, but Mon County public school workers, politicians oppose it
/6

Oct 23, 8:05 AM, Charleston Gazette:

A group is seeking to open next fall what may become West Virginia’s first charter school, and it will most likely be in Monongalia County.

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End Seat-Time Funding and Strike A New Grand Bargain
/6

Oct 23, 8:48 AM, Education Next:

To better serve all students, a new grand bargain between states and schools is needed to replace seat-time funding. With state funding no longer tied to the physical presence of students, schools would have substantial flexibility in how >
School board gets details on Philly reopening, earful from public
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Oct 23, 8:45 AM, Philadlphia Inquirer:

With the Philadelphia School District gearing up for a late November return to in-person learning for some students, the school board heard details Thursday about building readiness — and got an earful about the proposed reopening >
D.C. mayor points to learning loss in urging schools to reopen as city and union fail to reach agreement
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Oct 23, 8:30 AM:

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) pointed to data Thursday showing a sharp drop in the number of the youngest students who are meeting literacy benchmarks to reinforce her point that there is an urgent need to reopen schools, even as the >
In-person student, at-home teacher? Or the reverse? SCS parents, teachers consider options
/6

Oct 23, 8:26 AM, Memphis Commercial Appeal:

Both families and teachers will have the choice to head back to Shelby County Schools buildings if the district sticks to plan and returns in January. Once they make their choices, due on Oct. 30, it will be time for an exercise in >
D.C. schools chief: Reopening talks ongoing with teachers union
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Oct 23, 8:17 AM, Washington Times:

D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee on Thursday disputed a labor board ruling that orders his office to confer with the teachers union on reopening plans, saying such talks are ongoing.
Hoboken council pulls school funding formula resolution; ed board wants state to decide
/6

Oct 23, 8:11 AM, The Record:

The question of how to divvy up $243,000 between the city school district and charter schools prompted dozens of parents to speak out at Wednesday night’s council meeting. But in the end, the city council is barely a step closer to >
Opinion: Gov. Lamont, please fund Danbury Prospect charter school
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Oct 23, 8:08 AM, News Times:

I’m therefore calling on Gov. Lamont to do one better, to bridge the gap between right now and the future success of his program. Guide our legislature to open Danbury Prospect Charter School, which will bring greater teacher diversity to >
Group seeks to start possibly WV’s first charter school, but Mon County public school workers, politicians oppose it
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Oct 23, 8:05 AM, Charleston Gazette:

A group is seeking to open next fall what may become West Virginia’s first charter school, and it will most likely be in Monongalia County.