Saturday, August 24, 2019


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Jeanne Allen: 2020 candidates have the chance to embrace smarter education policies
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Aug 23, 8:07 AM, The Hill:

Education policy is far too important to be based on campaign trail strategy rather than in a classroom. Because education enables our kids to lead happy, prosperous, and productive lives, education is always a top issue for voters.
Opinion: New poll offers wake-up call for Democrats on school choice
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Aug 23, 8:05 AM, Washington Examiner:

The latest EdNext Poll shows rising support for all types of school choice. Most notably, it highlights the clear bipartisan support behind education freedom policies.
Teacher shortage, protests complicate educator pay dynamics
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Aug 23, 8:04 AM, Associated Press:

Across the U.S., teachers and school districts alike are grappling with the latest political and economic realities of educator pay. The dynamics have been complicated by both the recent national teacher protest movement that’s emboldened >
Opinion: A Richness Of Poverty In Our Schools
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Aug 23, 8:02 AM, The Chattanoogan:

However, Hanauer’s statement is just as powerful: “The lower your parents’ income, the lower your likely level of educational attainment.” There has to be a correlation, and schools cannot do it alone nor should we expect them >
Opinion: It's time to empower military families with education freedom
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Aug 22, 7:31 AM, The Hill:

Service members often have very little say over where they’ll be stationed; their children have even less of a voice in such a significant life event. By giving military children and their parents education options, like the Education >
DeVos touts rising support for school choice, charter schools as families seek 'more control'
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Aug 22, 7:30 AM, The Washington Times :

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is a huge proponent of school choice, and it turns out she’s not alone.
States Raise the Bar for What It Means to Be Proficient in Reading and Math
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Aug 21, 8:20 AM, US News & World Report:

NEARLY EVERY STATE IN the U.S. has raised the bar over the last decade for what it considers grade-level achievement in math and reading, according to a new study from the National Center on Education Statistics.
Why Conservatives Are Turning Against Higher Education
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Aug 21, 8:18 AM, The Atlantic:

This divergence of the economic prospects of the college-educated and non-college-educated is hardly a new development. What is new, though, is the growing interest among Republican lawmakers, Hawley included, in doing something about it >

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Desegregating N.Y. Schools Was His Top Priority. What Happened?
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Aug 23, 8:00 AM, New York Times:

Entrenched inequality, attacks by conservatives, student protests: Richard A. Carranza’s first year as schools chancellor.
Column: Back to school and the same old story?
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Aug 23, 7:41 AM, The DC Line:

Incredibly, high-fives were given all around on Monday based on extremely modest improvements: Citywide, the proportion of traditional and charter school students who performed at proficient and above (4 or 5 level) increased by 3.8 >
Seattle school district and union still divided on pay less than 2 weeks before school starts
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Aug 23, 7:35 AM, Seattle Times:

Seattle Public Schools and the union representing 6,000 of its educators reached the end of their scheduled bargaining days on Wednesday without producing a new contract.
Teachers' anger spills into school board meeting cut short by trustees as strike threat looms
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Aug 23, 7:32 AM, The Nevada Independent:

Teachers’ anger over an ongoing contract dispute rooted in promised pay raises boiled over during a public meeting Thursday evening that the Clark County School Board of Trustees ultimately cut short.
Districts pitch career-focus
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Aug 23, 7:26 AM, Northwest Arkansas Democrat:

Pulaski County school district superintendents on Thursday described for nearly 200 business leaders and other education stakeholders their commitment and enthusiasm for cooperatively reconfiguring the county's 10 high schools into >
NYC kids doing better academically, new statewide test scores show
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Aug 23, 7:15 AM, New York Daily News:

New York City elementary and middle school students are doing better academically — and even beating statewide averages by some measures, new test results show.
Failing to thrive?
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Aug 23, 7:07 AM, Pine Tree Watch:

Lackluster test scores and ugly absenteeism numbers have lawmakers taking a critical look at Maine charter schools without asking schools why.
Opinion: Changes in education will only happen through local involvement
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Aug 23, 7:05 AM, Juneau Empire:

Much of the consternation about proposed state budget vetoes this year centers around those related to education. Indeed, the University of Alaska bore the brunt of those reductions – initially $135 million and later reduced to $70 >
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Column: Back to school and the same old story?
/6

Aug 23, 7:41 AM, The DC Line:

Incredibly, high-fives were given all around on Monday based on extremely modest improvements: Citywide, the proportion of traditional and charter school students who performed at proficient and above (4 or 5 level) increased by 3.8 >
Seattle school district and union still divided on pay less than 2 weeks before school starts
/6

Aug 23, 7:35 AM, Seattle Times:

Seattle Public Schools and the union representing 6,000 of its educators reached the end of their scheduled bargaining days on Wednesday without producing a new contract.
Teachers' anger spills into school board meeting cut short by trustees as strike threat looms
/6

Aug 23, 7:32 AM, The Nevada Independent:

Teachers’ anger over an ongoing contract dispute rooted in promised pay raises boiled over during a public meeting Thursday evening that the Clark County School Board of Trustees ultimately cut short.
Districts pitch career-focus
/6

Aug 23, 7:26 AM, Northwest Arkansas Democrat:

Pulaski County school district superintendents on Thursday described for nearly 200 business leaders and other education stakeholders their commitment and enthusiasm for cooperatively reconfiguring the county's 10 high schools into >
NYC kids doing better academically, new statewide test scores show
/6

Aug 23, 7:15 AM, New York Daily News:

New York City elementary and middle school students are doing better academically — and even beating statewide averages by some measures, new test results show.
Hempstead official supports charters, but not 'at the detriment' of public schools
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Aug 23, 6:45 AM, Newsday:

Charter schools in Hempstead are booming, but it is coming at a cost to the public school system, which says it may face more staff and program cuts in 2020-21 unless the state comes up with $11 million extra in aid.
Father willing to fight to keep Indian Peaks Charter School open
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Aug 23, 6:44 AM, Sky-Hi News:

The closure of Indian Peaks Charter School in Granby is a heartbreaking scenario for Michael Schurer, a local business owner and father of a student who’s done well at the school.
Providence's Achievement First proposal refuels charter debate
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Aug 23, 6:38 AM, Providence Journal:

The mayor’s proposal to allow Achievement First to expand has reignited a debate on the cost of such an expansion to the students left in the traditional public schools.

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Jeanne Allen: 2020 candidates have the chance to embrace smarter education policies
/6

Aug 23, 8:07 AM, The Hill:

Education policy is far too important to be based on campaign trail strategy rather than in a classroom. Because education enables our kids to lead happy, prosperous, and productive lives, education is always a top issue for voters.
Opinion: New poll offers wake-up call for Democrats on school choice
/6

Aug 23, 8:05 AM, Washington Examiner:

The latest EdNext Poll shows rising support for all types of school choice. Most notably, it highlights the clear bipartisan support behind education freedom policies.
Teacher shortage, protests complicate educator pay dynamics
/6

Aug 23, 8:04 AM, Associated Press:

Across the U.S., teachers and school districts alike are grappling with the latest political and economic realities of educator pay. The dynamics have been complicated by both the recent national teacher protest movement that’s emboldened >
Opinion: A Richness Of Poverty In Our Schools
/6

Aug 23, 8:02 AM, The Chattanoogan:

However, Hanauer’s statement is just as powerful: “The lower your parents’ income, the lower your likely level of educational attainment.” There has to be a correlation, and schools cannot do it alone nor should we expect them >
Desegregating N.Y. Schools Was His Top Priority. What Happened?
/6

Aug 23, 8:00 AM, New York Times:

Entrenched inequality, attacks by conservatives, student protests: Richard A. Carranza’s first year as schools chancellor.
Column: Back to school and the same old story?
/6

Aug 23, 7:41 AM, The DC Line:

Incredibly, high-fives were given all around on Monday based on extremely modest improvements: Citywide, the proportion of traditional and charter school students who performed at proficient and above (4 or 5 level) increased by 3.8 >
Seattle school district and union still divided on pay less than 2 weeks before school starts
/6

Aug 23, 7:35 AM, Seattle Times:

Seattle Public Schools and the union representing 6,000 of its educators reached the end of their scheduled bargaining days on Wednesday without producing a new contract.
Teachers' anger spills into school board meeting cut short by trustees as strike threat looms
/6

Aug 23, 7:32 AM, The Nevada Independent:

Teachers’ anger over an ongoing contract dispute rooted in promised pay raises boiled over during a public meeting Thursday evening that the Clark County School Board of Trustees ultimately cut short.

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Jeanne Allen: 2020 candidates have the chance to embrace smarter education policies
/6

Aug 23, 8:07 AM, The Hill:

Education policy is far too important to be based on campaign trail strategy rather than in a classroom. Because education enables our kids to lead happy, prosperous, and productive lives, education is always a top issue for voters.
Opinion: New poll offers wake-up call for Democrats on school choice
/6

Aug 23, 8:05 AM, Washington Examiner:

The latest EdNext Poll shows rising support for all types of school choice. Most notably, it highlights the clear bipartisan support behind education freedom policies.
Teacher shortage, protests complicate educator pay dynamics
/6

Aug 23, 8:04 AM, Associated Press:

Across the U.S., teachers and school districts alike are grappling with the latest political and economic realities of educator pay. The dynamics have been complicated by both the recent national teacher protest movement that’s emboldened >
Opinion: A Richness Of Poverty In Our Schools
/6

Aug 23, 8:02 AM, The Chattanoogan:

However, Hanauer’s statement is just as powerful: “The lower your parents’ income, the lower your likely level of educational attainment.” There has to be a correlation, and schools cannot do it alone nor should we expect them >
Desegregating N.Y. Schools Was His Top Priority. What Happened?
/6

Aug 23, 8:00 AM, New York Times:

Entrenched inequality, attacks by conservatives, student protests: Richard A. Carranza’s first year as schools chancellor.
Column: Back to school and the same old story?
/6

Aug 23, 7:41 AM, The DC Line:

Incredibly, high-fives were given all around on Monday based on extremely modest improvements: Citywide, the proportion of traditional and charter school students who performed at proficient and above (4 or 5 level) increased by 3.8 >
Seattle school district and union still divided on pay less than 2 weeks before school starts
/6

Aug 23, 7:35 AM, Seattle Times:

Seattle Public Schools and the union representing 6,000 of its educators reached the end of their scheduled bargaining days on Wednesday without producing a new contract.
Teachers' anger spills into school board meeting cut short by trustees as strike threat looms
/6

Aug 23, 7:32 AM, The Nevada Independent:

Teachers’ anger over an ongoing contract dispute rooted in promised pay raises boiled over during a public meeting Thursday evening that the Clark County School Board of Trustees ultimately cut short.