Thursday, May 24, 2018


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Democrats propose funding teacher pay raises by canceling tax cuts for the wealthy
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May 23, 7:30 AM, PBS NewsHour:

Responding to teacher walkouts across the country, congressional Democrats on Tuesday proposed raising teachers’ salaries by canceling the tax cut for the nation’s top 1 percent of earners.
Opinion: The irony of charter school unionization
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May 23, 7:29 AM, Washington Examiner:

Created to exist as an educational alternative free from the bureaucracy of district public schools and the special interests of teachers unions, charter schools were once a unique educational model.
Opinion: Pay Teachers More—but Make Sure They Earn It
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May 22, 7:26 AM, Wall Street Journal:

As usual, the politics of education lately seem like they’re all about the grown-ups. Teachers unions hope their walkouts in states like Arizona, Kentucky and Oklahoma will turn red states blue in 2018, while others foresee a backlash >
Michelle Chen: Brown v. Board of Education ended school segregation. So why are schools still not integrated?
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May 18, 7:12 AM, NBC News:

It’s been 64 years since the landmark Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education that declared school segregation unconstitutional. To overcome the racial barriers dividing America’s classrooms, the students seeking integration >
Commentary: Teachers Aren’t Victims
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May 15, 7:07 AM, City Journal:

In a USA Today op-ed last month, American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten defended the teachers’ strikes in West Virginia, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Arizona, and Colorado, by sketching a familiar hero-villain scenario.
Commentary: Charter Schools Point toward a Better Education for All
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May 14, 7:47 AM, National Review:

One thing nearly every expert in the field will tell you is that we have a long way to go before every student in America is getting a good education.
Oklahoma teacher debates education secretary over 'school choice'
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May 14, 7:45 AM, KTEN News:

Oklahoma's Teacher of the Year Jon Hazell is making national news after a heated conversation he had with U.S Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
Column: What you don’t know about the schools at the top of U.S. News’ 2018 high school rankings
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May 11, 7:24 AM, Washington Post:

But what do these lists really tell us — and what don’t they tell us about these schools? The new high school rankings don’t talk about why comparing traditional public schools to charters is a problem.

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Tennessee receives glowing marks on national reports for improved student expectations
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May 23, 7:21 AM, The Tennessean:

Tennessee has not only closed the gap in how it reports student learning compared to the rest of the nation but also set some of the highest education requirements among all states, according to a set of national reports released in the >
LASD shrinks despite concerns over growth
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May 23, 7:14 AM, Mountain View Voice:

The only exception, according to the report, is Bullis Charter School, which has turned away a record number of families due to space constraints and plans to increase enrollment by more than 30 percent in the coming years.

State Board Of Education May Begin Process Of Revoking Windham School's Charter
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May 23, 7:05 AM, The Hartford Courant:

The State Board of Education is considering moving forward in the process of revoking the charter for Path Academy in Windham, after the state flagged "significant issues" with the school, officials said.

Editorial: Why isn’t NM replicating its top-performing schools?
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May 23, 6:56 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

A charter school that serves about 330 students in grades 6-12 from a broad geographic and socio-economic cross-section of the Metro area, AIMS has a stellar graduation rate and proficiency numbers in the 90s for math and reading. It can’t >
WNY Maritime Charter School wins approval for expansion
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May 23, 6:41 AM, Buffalo News:

High school students at Western New York Maritime Charter School will get a new home alongside the middle school in South Buffalo after the Buffalo Planning Board Monday night approved a major expansion of the school's new building.
Hallsville ISD signs manufacturing academy, virtual school agreements
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May 23, 6:38 AM, Longview News-Journal:

Trustees approved a three-year educational products and services agreement with K12 Virtual Schools, which will provide online-based education for students in grades 3-12. District Superintendent Jeff Collum said Hallsville would be one of >
Op-Ed: Comprehensive High Schools, a Key Piece of the Vo-Tec Puzzle
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May 23, 6:33 AM, NJ Spotlight:

Last year in New Jersey, 74,319 students took vocational-technical education courses (now referred to as “career and technical education” or CTE) in fields ranging from aeronautics to plumbing. According to the New Jersey Department of >
Einstein Charter spent $85,000 on lawyers during busing dispute
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May 23, 6:03 AM, The Times-Picayune:

The findings of a records request initiated by the attorneys of parents with children attending Einstein Charter Schools revealed the charter network invested tens of thousands of dollars on legal services amid the dispute over providing >
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LASD shrinks despite concerns over growth
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May 23, 7:14 AM, Mountain View Voice:

The only exception, according to the report, is Bullis Charter School, which has turned away a record number of families due to space constraints and plans to increase enrollment by more than 30 percent in the coming years.

WNY Maritime Charter School wins approval for expansion
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May 23, 6:41 AM, Buffalo News:

High school students at Western New York Maritime Charter School will get a new home alongside the middle school in South Buffalo after the Buffalo Planning Board Monday night approved a major expansion of the school's new building.
Hallsville ISD signs manufacturing academy, virtual school agreements
/6

May 23, 6:38 AM, Longview News-Journal:

Trustees approved a three-year educational products and services agreement with K12 Virtual Schools, which will provide online-based education for students in grades 3-12. District Superintendent Jeff Collum said Hallsville would be one of >
Einstein Charter spent $85,000 on lawyers during busing dispute
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May 23, 6:03 AM, The Times-Picayune:

The findings of a records request initiated by the attorneys of parents with children attending Einstein Charter Schools revealed the charter network invested tens of thousands of dollars on legal services amid the dispute over providing >
North Brunswick school budget increases due to charter school costs
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May 23, 5:48 AM, The North Brunswick Sentinel :

The North Brunswick School District tax levy for the 2018-19 school year would have remained flat if not for costs related to charter schools. The district’s total operating budget for 2018-19 is $109.51 million, which includes the >
Penn Hills School District sells former elementary building to charter school
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May 23, 5:44 AM, Tribune-Review:

Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship has a permanent home in the municipality. Officials from both Penn Hills School District and the charter agreed on a $3 million sale of the former Washington Elementary School at 2501 Main St.
Newark picks its own school superintendent for first time in 22 years
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May 23, 5:39 AM, The Star-Ledger:

Leon will lead the largest school district in New Jersey, months after the state returned the reins of the district to the local board. The board unanimously voted to extend Leon an offer of employment, but still needs to negotiate his >
Grand Valley initiates intervention to turn around Abney Academy
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May 23, 5:27 AM, The Grand Rapids Press:

Grand Valley State University, which authorizes the school, Charter School Office has worked closely with new principal Paul Adams and his staff to improve teaching and learning by embedding literacy and assessment coaches within the >

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Democrats propose funding teacher pay raises by canceling tax cuts for the wealthy
/6

May 23, 7:30 AM, PBS NewsHour:

Responding to teacher walkouts across the country, congressional Democrats on Tuesday proposed raising teachers’ salaries by canceling the tax cut for the nation’s top 1 percent of earners.
Opinion: The irony of charter school unionization
/6

May 23, 7:29 AM, Washington Examiner:

Created to exist as an educational alternative free from the bureaucracy of district public schools and the special interests of teachers unions, charter schools were once a unique educational model.
Tennessee receives glowing marks on national reports for improved student expectations
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May 23, 7:21 AM, The Tennessean:

Tennessee has not only closed the gap in how it reports student learning compared to the rest of the nation but also set some of the highest education requirements among all states, according to a set of national reports released in the >
LASD shrinks despite concerns over growth
/6

May 23, 7:14 AM, Mountain View Voice:

The only exception, according to the report, is Bullis Charter School, which has turned away a record number of families due to space constraints and plans to increase enrollment by more than 30 percent in the coming years.

State Board Of Education May Begin Process Of Revoking Windham School's Charter
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May 23, 7:05 AM, The Hartford Courant:

The State Board of Education is considering moving forward in the process of revoking the charter for Path Academy in Windham, after the state flagged "significant issues" with the school, officials said.

Editorial: Why isn’t NM replicating its top-performing schools?
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May 23, 6:56 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

A charter school that serves about 330 students in grades 6-12 from a broad geographic and socio-economic cross-section of the Metro area, AIMS has a stellar graduation rate and proficiency numbers in the 90s for math and reading. It can’t >
WNY Maritime Charter School wins approval for expansion
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May 23, 6:41 AM, Buffalo News:

High school students at Western New York Maritime Charter School will get a new home alongside the middle school in South Buffalo after the Buffalo Planning Board Monday night approved a major expansion of the school's new building.
Hallsville ISD signs manufacturing academy, virtual school agreements
/6

May 23, 6:38 AM, Longview News-Journal:

Trustees approved a three-year educational products and services agreement with K12 Virtual Schools, which will provide online-based education for students in grades 3-12. District Superintendent Jeff Collum said Hallsville would be one of >

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Democrats propose funding teacher pay raises by canceling tax cuts for the wealthy
/6

May 23, 7:30 AM, PBS NewsHour:

Responding to teacher walkouts across the country, congressional Democrats on Tuesday proposed raising teachers’ salaries by canceling the tax cut for the nation’s top 1 percent of earners.
Opinion: The irony of charter school unionization
/6

May 23, 7:29 AM, Washington Examiner:

Created to exist as an educational alternative free from the bureaucracy of district public schools and the special interests of teachers unions, charter schools were once a unique educational model.
Tennessee receives glowing marks on national reports for improved student expectations
/6

May 23, 7:21 AM, The Tennessean:

Tennessee has not only closed the gap in how it reports student learning compared to the rest of the nation but also set some of the highest education requirements among all states, according to a set of national reports released in the >
LASD shrinks despite concerns over growth
/6

May 23, 7:14 AM, Mountain View Voice:

The only exception, according to the report, is Bullis Charter School, which has turned away a record number of families due to space constraints and plans to increase enrollment by more than 30 percent in the coming years.

State Board Of Education May Begin Process Of Revoking Windham School's Charter
/6

May 23, 7:05 AM, The Hartford Courant:

The State Board of Education is considering moving forward in the process of revoking the charter for Path Academy in Windham, after the state flagged "significant issues" with the school, officials said.

Editorial: Why isn’t NM replicating its top-performing schools?
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May 23, 6:56 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

A charter school that serves about 330 students in grades 6-12 from a broad geographic and socio-economic cross-section of the Metro area, AIMS has a stellar graduation rate and proficiency numbers in the 90s for math and reading. It can’t >
WNY Maritime Charter School wins approval for expansion
/6

May 23, 6:41 AM, Buffalo News:

High school students at Western New York Maritime Charter School will get a new home alongside the middle school in South Buffalo after the Buffalo Planning Board Monday night approved a major expansion of the school's new building.
Hallsville ISD signs manufacturing academy, virtual school agreements
/6

May 23, 6:38 AM, Longview News-Journal:

Trustees approved a three-year educational products and services agreement with K12 Virtual Schools, which will provide online-based education for students in grades 3-12. District Superintendent Jeff Collum said Hallsville would be one of >