Wednesday, June 20, 2018


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Rick Scott: Puerto Rico has 'unbelievable opportunity' in rebuilding post-Maria
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Jun 20, 7:33 AM, Orlando Sentinel:

His development priorities for the island, he said, are education reform — by adding charter schools, better leadership and a school voucher program — modernizing the energy grid; reducing taxes to lure private investors, and rebuilding >
This Is What Hundreds of School Closures in Puerto Rico Looks Like
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Jun 20, 7:31 AM, Education Week:

Critics of the government's plan, which is being disputed in the courts, say shutting down so many schools will drive away both teachers and students, and also have a tremendous negative impact on communities. But Puerto Rico Secretary of >
Her lawsuit almost crippled California unions. This is how she thinks they can survive.
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Jun 20, 7:29 AM, Sacramento Bee:

California unions got a break two years ago when the Supreme Court deadlocked on a lawsuit from an Orange County teacher that challenged their ability to collect fees from workers who didn’t want to belong to them. That reprieve could >
Commentary: To Improve Education in Our Technological World, Put Teachers in Charge of ‘Doing Different’ and Empower Them to Innovate
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Jun 19, 7:10 AM, The 74:

Part of the answer stands looking at us. The states’ chartering legislation created a second sector of public education open as to the kind of school created. This institutional innovation, spreading across the states, has let schools >
NBC Hashes 'Resegregation' In 'Disproportionately White' Charter Schools (CER in the news)
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Jun 18, 7:42 AM, Conservative Daily News:

NBC News ran a report Sunday night entitled “Investigation Finds Resegregation In Some Charter Schools,” which detailed hundreds of public charter schools have a disproportionate number of white students.

Borsuk: How the course of school choice and vouchers changed on June 10, 1998
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Jun 18, 7:40 AM, Journal Sentinel:

So consider June 10, 1998, as an anniversary worth attention. That was the day the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled, on a 4 to 2 vote, that it was constitutional for religious schools to receive state money to educate children. It was the >
Opinions: What’s the Biggest Challenge for Colleges and Universities?
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Jun 6, 7:25 AM, New York Times:

Society’s benefits from the innovations of higher education are priceless. The research, both fundamental and applied, holds great promise for everything — promoting economic vitality, protecting life and property and improving the quality >
Here's How Much States Spend On Education And How Their Students Perform (CER in the news)
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Jun 4, 7:49 AM, The Daily Caller :

The amount of money states spend on public education varies widely, and spending more often produces better learning outcomes, according to education reports.

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'Statistics can't measure hearts': Determination, persistence, hope define Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield Class of 2018
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Jun 20, 7:09 AM, The Republican:

Smith, 19, of Springfield, was one of 23 graduates from Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield who earned their high school diplomas during a commencement ceremony Tuesday at Springfield Technical Community College.
Louisiana's teacher overhaul already impacts one third of prospective educators
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Jun 20, 7:06 AM, The Advocate:

The key to the overhaul is a requirement that college seniors spend a year in the classroom working with a veteran mentor to experience a school year unfold from start to finish.
Teachers union contract under fire: How to get experienced educators into tough schools
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Jun 20, 6:48 AM, Insider Louisville:

The contract between JCPS and the teachers union, Jefferson County Teachers Association, prevents administrators from moving teachers from one school to another without the teacher being willing to move. JCPS critics say the contract, >
A few Colorado charter schools won ‘the lottery’ in this year’s round of school construction grants
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Jun 20, 6:45 AM, Chalkbeat Colorado:

Five Colorado charter schools are among the nearly three dozen schools getting new roofs, HVAC systems, or even entire new buildings courtesy of state land proceeds, lottery funds, and marijuana tax revenue.
Monument voters will be asked to support two school financing proposals on Nov. 6 ballot
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Jun 20, 6:43 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

Leaders of the 6,700-student district in Monument want to build a 650-seat elementary school west of Bear Creek Elementary in the Jackson Creek neighborhood and convert Bear Creek back to a middle school for 925 sixth-, seventh- and >
NY court tosses attempt to loosen teaching requirements
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Jun 20, 6:40 AM, New York Post:

An attempt to loosen requirements for teacher certifications was thrown out of court​, dealing a blow to charter schools and a victory to those who insisted on traditional qualifications.
Tennessee DOE Blended Learning Pilot Yields Promising Results
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Jun 20, 6:29 AM, he Chattanoogan:

The Tennessee Department of Education has found that the first year of its two-year pilot introducing blended learning to Algebra I classes around the state was most successful when teachers received regular, personalized coaching from >
ACES Academy to have new learning options next year
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Jun 20, 6:21 AM, Alpena News:

Counselor Barbara Matteson said there are going to be different learning options for the students next year. Those options are teacher-led blended courses, the continuation of co-enrollment opportunities at Alpena High School’s Career and >
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'Statistics can't measure hearts': Determination, persistence, hope define Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield Class of 2018
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Jun 20, 7:09 AM, The Republican:

Smith, 19, of Springfield, was one of 23 graduates from Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield who earned their high school diplomas during a commencement ceremony Tuesday at Springfield Technical Community College.
Teachers union contract under fire: How to get experienced educators into tough schools
/6

Jun 20, 6:48 AM, Insider Louisville:

The contract between JCPS and the teachers union, Jefferson County Teachers Association, prevents administrators from moving teachers from one school to another without the teacher being willing to move. JCPS critics say the contract, >
Monument voters will be asked to support two school financing proposals on Nov. 6 ballot
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Jun 20, 6:43 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

Leaders of the 6,700-student district in Monument want to build a 650-seat elementary school west of Bear Creek Elementary in the Jackson Creek neighborhood and convert Bear Creek back to a middle school for 925 sixth-, seventh- and >
ACES Academy to have new learning options next year
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Jun 20, 6:21 AM, Alpena News:

Counselor Barbara Matteson said there are going to be different learning options for the students next year. Those options are teacher-led blended courses, the continuation of co-enrollment opportunities at Alpena High School’s Career and >
‘I live in the same space as you’: As districts nationwide struggle with diversity, how one LA school network is recruiting teachers who look like the classrooms they lead
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Jun 20, 6:11 AM, LA School Report:

Promoting diversity is not a new strategy for KIPP-LA, but it has doubled down on it in recent years. Since 2016, KIPP-LA has created a standalone team focusing on recruitment, credentialing, and performance management, and expanded it >
As Charter Schools Narrow Achievement Gaps, Some Rethink Strict Discipline
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Jun 20, 5:15 AM, WBUR:

When Nicolette talks about high expectations, some of the schools he represents — especially the ones with high test scores — also have significantly higher rates of discipline.

City Plan Aims to Diversify Upper West Side Middle Schools
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Jun 20, 5:05 AM, Wall Street Journal:

After months of contentious debate over how to diversify middle schools on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the city is expected to release a plan Wednesday that would set aside seats in each school for struggling students.
Opinion: New school choice bills liberate kids to learn
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Jun 20, 4:51 AM, Scranton Times-Tribune:

While the state’s tax credit scholarships have helped many students attend schools of choice, more must be done to bring equal education opportunity to all Pennsylvania students.

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Rick Scott: Puerto Rico has 'unbelievable opportunity' in rebuilding post-Maria
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Jun 20, 7:33 AM, Orlando Sentinel:

His development priorities for the island, he said, are education reform — by adding charter schools, better leadership and a school voucher program — modernizing the energy grid; reducing taxes to lure private investors, and rebuilding >
This Is What Hundreds of School Closures in Puerto Rico Looks Like
/6

Jun 20, 7:31 AM, Education Week:

Critics of the government's plan, which is being disputed in the courts, say shutting down so many schools will drive away both teachers and students, and also have a tremendous negative impact on communities. But Puerto Rico Secretary of >
Her lawsuit almost crippled California unions. This is how she thinks they can survive.
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Jun 20, 7:29 AM, Sacramento Bee:

California unions got a break two years ago when the Supreme Court deadlocked on a lawsuit from an Orange County teacher that challenged their ability to collect fees from workers who didn’t want to belong to them. That reprieve could >
'Statistics can't measure hearts': Determination, persistence, hope define Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield Class of 2018
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Jun 20, 7:09 AM, The Republican:

Smith, 19, of Springfield, was one of 23 graduates from Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield who earned their high school diplomas during a commencement ceremony Tuesday at Springfield Technical Community College.
Louisiana's teacher overhaul already impacts one third of prospective educators
/6

Jun 20, 7:06 AM, The Advocate:

The key to the overhaul is a requirement that college seniors spend a year in the classroom working with a veteran mentor to experience a school year unfold from start to finish.
Teachers union contract under fire: How to get experienced educators into tough schools
/6

Jun 20, 6:48 AM, Insider Louisville:

The contract between JCPS and the teachers union, Jefferson County Teachers Association, prevents administrators from moving teachers from one school to another without the teacher being willing to move. JCPS critics say the contract, >
A few Colorado charter schools won ‘the lottery’ in this year’s round of school construction grants
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Jun 20, 6:45 AM, Chalkbeat Colorado:

Five Colorado charter schools are among the nearly three dozen schools getting new roofs, HVAC systems, or even entire new buildings courtesy of state land proceeds, lottery funds, and marijuana tax revenue.
Monument voters will be asked to support two school financing proposals on Nov. 6 ballot
/6

Jun 20, 6:43 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

Leaders of the 6,700-student district in Monument want to build a 650-seat elementary school west of Bear Creek Elementary in the Jackson Creek neighborhood and convert Bear Creek back to a middle school for 925 sixth-, seventh- and >

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Rick Scott: Puerto Rico has 'unbelievable opportunity' in rebuilding post-Maria
/6

Jun 20, 7:33 AM, Orlando Sentinel:

His development priorities for the island, he said, are education reform — by adding charter schools, better leadership and a school voucher program — modernizing the energy grid; reducing taxes to lure private investors, and rebuilding >
This Is What Hundreds of School Closures in Puerto Rico Looks Like
/6

Jun 20, 7:31 AM, Education Week:

Critics of the government's plan, which is being disputed in the courts, say shutting down so many schools will drive away both teachers and students, and also have a tremendous negative impact on communities. But Puerto Rico Secretary of >
Her lawsuit almost crippled California unions. This is how she thinks they can survive.
/6

Jun 20, 7:29 AM, Sacramento Bee:

California unions got a break two years ago when the Supreme Court deadlocked on a lawsuit from an Orange County teacher that challenged their ability to collect fees from workers who didn’t want to belong to them. That reprieve could >
'Statistics can't measure hearts': Determination, persistence, hope define Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield Class of 2018
/6

Jun 20, 7:09 AM, The Republican:

Smith, 19, of Springfield, was one of 23 graduates from Phoenix Charter Academy Springfield who earned their high school diplomas during a commencement ceremony Tuesday at Springfield Technical Community College.
Louisiana's teacher overhaul already impacts one third of prospective educators
/6

Jun 20, 7:06 AM, The Advocate:

The key to the overhaul is a requirement that college seniors spend a year in the classroom working with a veteran mentor to experience a school year unfold from start to finish.
Teachers union contract under fire: How to get experienced educators into tough schools
/6

Jun 20, 6:48 AM, Insider Louisville:

The contract between JCPS and the teachers union, Jefferson County Teachers Association, prevents administrators from moving teachers from one school to another without the teacher being willing to move. JCPS critics say the contract, >
A few Colorado charter schools won ‘the lottery’ in this year’s round of school construction grants
/6

Jun 20, 6:45 AM, Chalkbeat Colorado:

Five Colorado charter schools are among the nearly three dozen schools getting new roofs, HVAC systems, or even entire new buildings courtesy of state land proceeds, lottery funds, and marijuana tax revenue.
Monument voters will be asked to support two school financing proposals on Nov. 6 ballot
/6

Jun 20, 6:43 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

Leaders of the 6,700-student district in Monument want to build a 650-seat elementary school west of Bear Creek Elementary in the Jackson Creek neighborhood and convert Bear Creek back to a middle school for 925 sixth-, seventh- and >