Wednesday, December 11, 2019


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‘It’s Time For A Lesson’: Betsy DeVos Fires Back At Teacher Union Head
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Dec 11, 9:48 AM, The Daily Caller:

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fired back at a teachers’ union head Tuesday and said, “It’s time for a lesson.
Failed charter schools cost federal government almost $505M in nine years: report
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Dec 10, 9:34 AM, The Hill:

Charter schools that never opened or that have opened then closed between 2006 and 2014 have cost the federal government almost $505 million, according to a recent report.
Opinion: All the reforms in the world won’t help our schools as much as more money
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Dec 10, 9:32 AM, Washington Post:

Despite the changes and innovations spawned by this report, our public schools have continued to struggle under the weight of misguided reform and legislation. Meanwhile, politicians neglected to consider the thing that might improve >
How Do You Think American Education Could Be Improved?
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Dec 10, 9:31 AM, New York Times:

An international exam shows that American 15-year-olds are stagnant in reading and math even though the country has spent billions to close gaps with the rest of the world. What do you think could be done to raise those scores?
College Completion Rates Continue To Improve: Here’s What The Most Recent Data Show
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Dec 10, 9:28 AM, Forbes:

Postsecondary institutions of every stripe have targeted college retention and completion rates as major areas of needed reform for the past decade. This focus has been implemented via several initiatives that have been championed and >
Opinion: Military families need education freedom
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Dec 9, 9:47 AM, Military Times:

American students deserve the freedom and opportunities to learn, grow, and flourish in ways and in places that work for them. Yet, while our service members fight for our freedoms abroad, too many military families are denied education >
Opinion: Sen. Elizabeth Warren asked black women to hold her accountable, so they did
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Dec 9, 9:44 AM, The Arizona Republic:

Despite temporary boomlets for other candidates, former Vice President Joe Biden retains a strong lead in the Democratic presidential primary field. Sen. Elizabeth Warren had her own boomlet a month ago but has faded back to third place. A >
Commentary: ‘Free College for All’ Is an Experiment That Has Already Failed
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Dec 9, 9:40 AM, Wall Street Journal:

The progressive Democratic presidential candidates mean well when they say they want to make a college education an entitlement. They believe that nothing but good can result from giving children from low-income families the opportunity to >

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Breaking the Cycle of Statistics: One EPIC administrator's story
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Dec 11, 8:31 AM, Tulsa World:

Ellison is EPIC Charter Schools’ director of college and career readiness and most at EPIC know her favorite quote is “The two most important days in anyone’s life are the day they are born and the day they figure out why.” She believes >
Expanding charter schools in Shelby County
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Dec 11, 8:26 AM, WMC-TV:

Growing pains in the Shelby County School system. Charter schools in the district want to expand, opening up hundreds of new spots. But it's creating a classroom conundrum for the Shelby County School Board.
Opinion: Want fair public school admissions? Look to charters
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Dec 11, 8:23 AM, New York Daily News:

Some policymakers seemed baffled about how to fix the admissions system to deliver fair outcomes, but the reality is hundreds of high-quality schools across the five boroughs already have a common-sense system admissions system in place, >
The fates of specialized high schools, charter schools and rural schools
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Dec 11, 8:20 AM, City & State:

When it comes to education, it’s all about the money. But every year, state lawmakers face other issues relating to schools as well, including deeply personal matters related to the racial makeup of schools or closing down schools that are >
State report gives charter schools better grades but criticizes spending
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Dec 11, 8:06 AM, Mississippi Clarion Ledger:

A legislative watchdog report says Mississippi's charter schools have improved academically, but found glaring problems with the way the charter board spent money and managed contracts.
City on a Hill Charter School students walk out in protest of merger
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Dec 11, 8:05 AM, Boston Herald:

A merger between two City on a Hill charter schools prompted a crowd of about 75 students to walk out of class Tuesday and protest in front of the network office, demanding the merger be halted.
Durham school threatened with closure makes big turnaround
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Dec 11, 8:03 AM, WTVD:

The school's charter was set to expire in 2020, but now Kestrel Heights is one of only five charter schools in the state to be recommended for a 10-year renewal by the State Board of Education. That's the longest amount of time >
Kansas City Public Schools owes $192k for fake attendance records scheme
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Dec 11, 8:02 AM, Missourinet:

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has figured out that Kansas City Public Schools owes $192,000 for lying about student attendance from 2013 to 2016. The department is working with the district to create >
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Breaking the Cycle of Statistics: One EPIC administrator's story
/6

Dec 11, 8:31 AM, Tulsa World:

Ellison is EPIC Charter Schools’ director of college and career readiness and most at EPIC know her favorite quote is “The two most important days in anyone’s life are the day they are born and the day they figure out why.” She believes >
Expanding charter schools in Shelby County
/6

Dec 11, 8:26 AM, WMC-TV:

Growing pains in the Shelby County School system. Charter schools in the district want to expand, opening up hundreds of new spots. But it's creating a classroom conundrum for the Shelby County School Board.
Opinion: Want fair public school admissions? Look to charters
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Dec 11, 8:23 AM, New York Daily News:

Some policymakers seemed baffled about how to fix the admissions system to deliver fair outcomes, but the reality is hundreds of high-quality schools across the five boroughs already have a common-sense system admissions system in place, >
The fates of specialized high schools, charter schools and rural schools
/6

Dec 11, 8:20 AM, City & State:

When it comes to education, it’s all about the money. But every year, state lawmakers face other issues relating to schools as well, including deeply personal matters related to the racial makeup of schools or closing down schools that are >
State report gives charter schools better grades but criticizes spending
/6

Dec 11, 8:06 AM, Mississippi Clarion Ledger:

A legislative watchdog report says Mississippi's charter schools have improved academically, but found glaring problems with the way the charter board spent money and managed contracts.
City on a Hill Charter School students walk out in protest of merger
/6

Dec 11, 8:05 AM, Boston Herald:

A merger between two City on a Hill charter schools prompted a crowd of about 75 students to walk out of class Tuesday and protest in front of the network office, demanding the merger be halted.
Durham school threatened with closure makes big turnaround
/6

Dec 11, 8:03 AM, WTVD:

The school's charter was set to expire in 2020, but now Kestrel Heights is one of only five charter schools in the state to be recommended for a 10-year renewal by the State Board of Education. That's the longest amount of time >
Kansas City Public Schools owes $192k for fake attendance records scheme
/6

Dec 11, 8:02 AM, Missourinet:

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has figured out that Kansas City Public Schools owes $192,000 for lying about student attendance from 2013 to 2016. The department is working with the district to create >

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‘It’s Time For A Lesson’: Betsy DeVos Fires Back At Teacher Union Head
/6

Dec 11, 9:48 AM, The Daily Caller:

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fired back at a teachers’ union head Tuesday and said, “It’s time for a lesson.
Breaking the Cycle of Statistics: One EPIC administrator's story
/6

Dec 11, 8:31 AM, Tulsa World:

Ellison is EPIC Charter Schools’ director of college and career readiness and most at EPIC know her favorite quote is “The two most important days in anyone’s life are the day they are born and the day they figure out why.” She believes >
Expanding charter schools in Shelby County
/6

Dec 11, 8:26 AM, WMC-TV:

Growing pains in the Shelby County School system. Charter schools in the district want to expand, opening up hundreds of new spots. But it's creating a classroom conundrum for the Shelby County School Board.
Opinion: Want fair public school admissions? Look to charters
/6

Dec 11, 8:23 AM, New York Daily News:

Some policymakers seemed baffled about how to fix the admissions system to deliver fair outcomes, but the reality is hundreds of high-quality schools across the five boroughs already have a common-sense system admissions system in place, >
The fates of specialized high schools, charter schools and rural schools
/6

Dec 11, 8:20 AM, City & State:

When it comes to education, it’s all about the money. But every year, state lawmakers face other issues relating to schools as well, including deeply personal matters related to the racial makeup of schools or closing down schools that are >
State report gives charter schools better grades but criticizes spending
/6

Dec 11, 8:06 AM, Mississippi Clarion Ledger:

A legislative watchdog report says Mississippi's charter schools have improved academically, but found glaring problems with the way the charter board spent money and managed contracts.
City on a Hill Charter School students walk out in protest of merger
/6

Dec 11, 8:05 AM, Boston Herald:

A merger between two City on a Hill charter schools prompted a crowd of about 75 students to walk out of class Tuesday and protest in front of the network office, demanding the merger be halted.
Durham school threatened with closure makes big turnaround
/6

Dec 11, 8:03 AM, WTVD:

The school's charter was set to expire in 2020, but now Kestrel Heights is one of only five charter schools in the state to be recommended for a 10-year renewal by the State Board of Education. That's the longest amount of time >

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‘It’s Time For A Lesson’: Betsy DeVos Fires Back At Teacher Union Head
/6

Dec 11, 9:48 AM, The Daily Caller:

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fired back at a teachers’ union head Tuesday and said, “It’s time for a lesson.
Breaking the Cycle of Statistics: One EPIC administrator's story
/6

Dec 11, 8:31 AM, Tulsa World:

Ellison is EPIC Charter Schools’ director of college and career readiness and most at EPIC know her favorite quote is “The two most important days in anyone’s life are the day they are born and the day they figure out why.” She believes >
Expanding charter schools in Shelby County
/6

Dec 11, 8:26 AM, WMC-TV:

Growing pains in the Shelby County School system. Charter schools in the district want to expand, opening up hundreds of new spots. But it's creating a classroom conundrum for the Shelby County School Board.
Opinion: Want fair public school admissions? Look to charters
/6

Dec 11, 8:23 AM, New York Daily News:

Some policymakers seemed baffled about how to fix the admissions system to deliver fair outcomes, but the reality is hundreds of high-quality schools across the five boroughs already have a common-sense system admissions system in place, >
The fates of specialized high schools, charter schools and rural schools
/6

Dec 11, 8:20 AM, City & State:

When it comes to education, it’s all about the money. But every year, state lawmakers face other issues relating to schools as well, including deeply personal matters related to the racial makeup of schools or closing down schools that are >
State report gives charter schools better grades but criticizes spending
/6

Dec 11, 8:06 AM, Mississippi Clarion Ledger:

A legislative watchdog report says Mississippi's charter schools have improved academically, but found glaring problems with the way the charter board spent money and managed contracts.
City on a Hill Charter School students walk out in protest of merger
/6

Dec 11, 8:05 AM, Boston Herald:

A merger between two City on a Hill charter schools prompted a crowd of about 75 students to walk out of class Tuesday and protest in front of the network office, demanding the merger be halted.
Durham school threatened with closure makes big turnaround
/6

Dec 11, 8:03 AM, WTVD:

The school's charter was set to expire in 2020, but now Kestrel Heights is one of only five charter schools in the state to be recommended for a 10-year renewal by the State Board of Education. That's the longest amount of time >