Saturday, June 12, 2021


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Rich Schools, Poor Schools and a Biden Plan
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Jun 9, 8:27 AM, New York Times:

The way U.S. education is funded can widen disparities. A proposed $20 billion program seeks to even things out.
More students than ever will attend summer school this year. That might not be enough to close the COVID achievement gap.
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Jun 9, 8:26 AM, USA Today:

Millions of children this summer will participate in what's expected to be the largest summer school program in history, powered by more than $1.2 billion in targeted federal post-pandemic assistance from the American Rescue Plan.

America’s Lingering Problem With School Segregation
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Jun 8, 8:27 AM, US News & World Report:

As the Biden administration takes aim at systemic racism and manages a pandemic that exposed racial fault lines in education, some see a chance to attack an intractable problem: school segregation.
Black homeschool families quintuple during pandemic,
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Jun 8, 8:25 AM:

Homeschooling in the 1980s typically called to mind white, middle class families who opted out of traditional district or private schools to focus on teaching their children through the lens of their religious faith.

Schools forge ahead without CDC guidance, some leaning away from masks
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Jun 8, 8:24 AM, ABC News:

The CDC has pledged to update its school guidance after the school year is over.
After a tough year, schools are axing virtual learning. Some families want to stay online.
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Jun 7, 8:33 AM, USA Today:

During the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents, weary of monitoring their children's online classes, yearned for schools to reopen.
Opinion: Teachers' unions don't speak for all teachers
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Jun 7, 8:31 AM, Erie Times-News:

Teachers rank near the top of any list of most trusted professions — and for good reason. Educating our children is noble work that benefits individuals and society. But Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, >
Graduation Rate Expected to Stall This Year at Some High Schools
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Jun 7, 8:29 AM, Wall Street Journal:

School districts changed grading policies, eliminated assessments in order to help seniors graduate, but many might still require summer school

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70 Graduate from Pasadena ‘Second Chance’ Charter High School
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Jun 9, 8:23 AM, PasadenaNow:

Pasadena’s 2021 graduation season continued as Learning Works Charter School, an educational collaboration with Homeboy Industries in Boyle Heights, held commencement ceremonies Tuesday for 70 graduates.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
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Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
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Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Some Horry Co. parents upset over plexiglass in elementary schools
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Jun 9, 8:17 AM, WPDE:

The plexiglass barriers that were put in Horry County Schools (HCS) cost the South Carolina Dept. of Education (SCDE) $5 million to buy and install.
These Mississippi schools never returned to in-person learning. Here’s what happened.
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Jun 9, 8:10 AM, Mississippi Today:

But the longer his school stayed exclusively virtual, the more his grades suffered. By this spring, the end of a full academic year of distance learning, he had failed the second grade despite attempts by his mom to get him help along the >
Opinion: The AEA strikes back
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Jun 9, 8:04 AM, al.com:

After a decade in the political wilderness, the AEA is back as a major political player in Alabama.
Opinion: LAUSD must finally own its mistakes and fix them
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Jun 9, 8:00 AM, Los Angeles Daily News:

Recently, Superintendent Austin Beutner finally made it official: LAUSD will be returning to five full days of in-person education in the fall. While various details of that return continue to be negotiated with the teachers’ union (UTLA), >
Opinion: Students of color in Iowa face barriers to achievement
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Jun 9, 7:48 AM, The Gazette :

To write this achievement gap off as another outcome of poverty without acknowledging the role of systemic barriers to economic advancement is to do a disservice to the work of equity.
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70 Graduate from Pasadena ‘Second Chance’ Charter High School
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Jun 9, 8:23 AM, PasadenaNow:

Pasadena’s 2021 graduation season continued as Learning Works Charter School, an educational collaboration with Homeboy Industries in Boyle Heights, held commencement ceremonies Tuesday for 70 graduates.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
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Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
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Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Some Horry Co. parents upset over plexiglass in elementary schools
/6

Jun 9, 8:17 AM, WPDE:

The plexiglass barriers that were put in Horry County Schools (HCS) cost the South Carolina Dept. of Education (SCDE) $5 million to buy and install.
Opinion: LAUSD must finally own its mistakes and fix them
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Jun 9, 8:00 AM, Los Angeles Daily News:

Recently, Superintendent Austin Beutner finally made it official: LAUSD will be returning to five full days of in-person education in the fall. While various details of that return continue to be negotiated with the teachers’ union (UTLA), >
Students at alternative high schools 'dig deep' to graduate
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Jun 9, 7:43 AM, The Bakersfield Californian:

The students graduated from Kern Workforce 2000 Charter Academy as well as the district's continuation schools: Central Valley High School, Nueva Continuation, Tierra Del Sol Continuation, Vista Continuation and Vista West Continuation.
Check out Port Arthur ISD’s plan to address attendance drain, limited English-speaking students
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Jun 9, 7:39 AM, Port Arthur News:

Port Arthur Independent School District is looking to recover the hundreds of students who have not returned following the pandemic.
How one teacher empowers Albany students of color
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Jun 9, 6:44 AM, Albany Times Unions:

His technique is simple, yet original: At a South End-based school where 98 percent of the students are Black or Latino, Lajas works to empower young people in an education system that too often marginalizes their perspectives and >

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Rich Schools, Poor Schools and a Biden Plan
/6

Jun 9, 8:27 AM, New York Times:

The way U.S. education is funded can widen disparities. A proposed $20 billion program seeks to even things out.
More students than ever will attend summer school this year. That might not be enough to close the COVID achievement gap.
/6

Jun 9, 8:26 AM, USA Today:

Millions of children this summer will participate in what's expected to be the largest summer school program in history, powered by more than $1.2 billion in targeted federal post-pandemic assistance from the American Rescue Plan.

70 Graduate from Pasadena ‘Second Chance’ Charter High School
/6

Jun 9, 8:23 AM, PasadenaNow:

Pasadena’s 2021 graduation season continued as Learning Works Charter School, an educational collaboration with Homeboy Industries in Boyle Heights, held commencement ceremonies Tuesday for 70 graduates.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
/6

Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
/6

Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Some Horry Co. parents upset over plexiglass in elementary schools
/6

Jun 9, 8:17 AM, WPDE:

The plexiglass barriers that were put in Horry County Schools (HCS) cost the South Carolina Dept. of Education (SCDE) $5 million to buy and install.
These Mississippi schools never returned to in-person learning. Here’s what happened.
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Jun 9, 8:10 AM, Mississippi Today:

But the longer his school stayed exclusively virtual, the more his grades suffered. By this spring, the end of a full academic year of distance learning, he had failed the second grade despite attempts by his mom to get him help along the >
Opinion: The AEA strikes back
/6

Jun 9, 8:04 AM, al.com:

After a decade in the political wilderness, the AEA is back as a major political player in Alabama.

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Rich Schools, Poor Schools and a Biden Plan
/6

Jun 9, 8:27 AM, New York Times:

The way U.S. education is funded can widen disparities. A proposed $20 billion program seeks to even things out.
More students than ever will attend summer school this year. That might not be enough to close the COVID achievement gap.
/6

Jun 9, 8:26 AM, USA Today:

Millions of children this summer will participate in what's expected to be the largest summer school program in history, powered by more than $1.2 billion in targeted federal post-pandemic assistance from the American Rescue Plan.

70 Graduate from Pasadena ‘Second Chance’ Charter High School
/6

Jun 9, 8:23 AM, PasadenaNow:

Pasadena’s 2021 graduation season continued as Learning Works Charter School, an educational collaboration with Homeboy Industries in Boyle Heights, held commencement ceremonies Tuesday for 70 graduates.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
/6

Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Syracuse parents share what they would like $100 million of COVID stimulus money spent on
/6

Jun 9, 8:20 AM, CNYCentral:

The Syracuse City School District is getting $100 million from the American Rescue Plan and they are seeking feedback from parents in the district on what the money should be spent on.
Some Horry Co. parents upset over plexiglass in elementary schools
/6

Jun 9, 8:17 AM, WPDE:

The plexiglass barriers that were put in Horry County Schools (HCS) cost the South Carolina Dept. of Education (SCDE) $5 million to buy and install.
These Mississippi schools never returned to in-person learning. Here’s what happened.
/6

Jun 9, 8:10 AM, Mississippi Today:

But the longer his school stayed exclusively virtual, the more his grades suffered. By this spring, the end of a full academic year of distance learning, he had failed the second grade despite attempts by his mom to get him help along the >
Opinion: The AEA strikes back
/6

Jun 9, 8:04 AM, al.com:

After a decade in the political wilderness, the AEA is back as a major political player in Alabama.