Wednesday, July 17, 2019


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Memo to Democrats: Freedom and education are inextricably linked | Opinion
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Jul 16, 8:08 AM, Miami Herald:

The Democrats’ two nights of debate blather in Miami were astoundingly lean on two essential subjects — freedom and education. And the debates were especially lean given how the very state where they gathered is proving that freedom and >
Opinion: Want to reduce college costs? High schools can help.
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Jul 16, 8:01 AM, Politico:

When politicians discuss the crisis of higher education, they tend to focus on finding ways to reduce the price that students pay for college: tax-deductible savings accounts, better known as 529s; massive student debt cancellation, as >
Op-Ed: Why aren’t the Democratic candidates talking about school reform?
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Jul 15, 7:53 AM, Baltimore Sun:

The dog that didn’t bark in the Democratic presidential primary debates was the national crisis in our public schools. The candidates did lots of yelping (much of it thoughtful) on a variety of other looming calamities: economic >
School principals, not formulas, should decide how to spend education dollars
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Jul 15, 7:51 AM, The Hill:

A recent trend in public education spending is positive for educators: revenues are on the rise as states such as Texas, Arizona and West Virginia inject new money into school districts. While many schools will receive additional resources >
Online education has changed higher-ed landscape, UND professor says
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Jul 15, 7:50 AM, Grand Fork Herald:

Online education has changed the landscape of higher education, Holm said. Schools like Arizona State University, Purdue, Penn State and Southern New Hampshire University have seemingly taken over the online higher education world by >
American Federation of Teachers sues Betsy DeVos over public service loan forgiveness program
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Jul 12, 7:53 AM, Washington Post:

The American Federation of Teachers, one of the country’s biggest teachers unions, sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday alleging gross mismanagement of a loan forgiveness program for public servants.
Editorial: The easiest choice
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Jul 12, 7:50 AM, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

Eventually, we've got to stop throwing money into a black hole and get smarter about what education policy works and what doesn't. Charter schools need to be a bigger part of the equation. We need more free market ingenuity brought to our >
Opinion: It Was Never About Busing
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Jul 12, 7:45 AM, New York Times:

And despite the constant assertion that “busing” failed, busing as a tool of desegregation, and court-ordered desegregation in general, was extraordinarily successful in the South.

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Charter schools making moves in Southwest
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Jul 16, 7:53 AM, Southwest Journal:

A new charter high school will open this fall in Southwest and another is planning a building addition as it prepares to add more students.
Democrat, schools chief in city to talk education
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Jul 16, 7:44 AM, The Journal Gazette:

A Democratic state lawmaker said Monday that Indiana education policy is driven by special interests that have found favor with supermajority Republicans at the Statehouse – a view shared by the Republican superintendent of public >
Letter: Push for more state involvement in cyberschools misguided
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Jul 16, 7:35 AM, Observer-Reporter:

The editorial board’s recent push for more state involvement with cyber schools and fewer options for parents (June 30 editorial) is misguided. School districts from Penn Hills to Harrisburg to Scranton have shown government accountability >
Extra effort paying off for some, not all low-performing Savannah-Chatham schools
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Jul 16, 7:04 AM, Savannah Morning News:

Double periods of reading at many low-performing Savannah-Chatham County public schools weren’t enough to lift them all from their status on the state’s list of schools requiring extra support.
OKCPS board denies application to create dual-immersion charter school in Wheeler District
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Jul 16, 6:56 AM, The Oklahoman:

An application for a new dual-language immersion charter school fell short of approval from the Oklahoma City School Board on Monday.
House Democrats think private schools should play by same rules as public schools if students receive vouchers
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Jul 16, 6:48 AM, The Progressive Pulse:

If a private school receives state money, is that school obligated to abide by state laws? That’s the question State Rep. Shelly Willingham, (D-Edgecombe) posed Monday during a discussion about a school safety omnibus bill that would, >
Akron high school students earn 1,440 industry certifications in 2019 — a 1,500% increase from last year
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Jul 16, 6:44 AM, Akron Beacon Journal:

The 2019 graduating class from Akron Public Schools earned 1,440 industry certifications before leaving high school, an increase of 1,500% from the class of 2018, which earned just 86 such credentials. The steep growth is largely due to an >
Editorial: NM parents deserve data on their school’s academic performance
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Jul 16, 6:40 AM, Albuquerque Journal:

Now that the U.S. Department of Education has approved New Mexico’s request to drop its established A-F school grading system in favor of under-construction school dashboards, it is essential the Public Education Department ensures those >
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Charter schools making moves in Southwest
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Jul 16, 7:53 AM, Southwest Journal:

A new charter high school will open this fall in Southwest and another is planning a building addition as it prepares to add more students.
Letter: Push for more state involvement in cyberschools misguided
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Jul 16, 7:35 AM, Observer-Reporter:

The editorial board’s recent push for more state involvement with cyber schools and fewer options for parents (June 30 editorial) is misguided. School districts from Penn Hills to Harrisburg to Scranton have shown government accountability >
Extra effort paying off for some, not all low-performing Savannah-Chatham schools
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Jul 16, 7:04 AM, Savannah Morning News:

Double periods of reading at many low-performing Savannah-Chatham County public schools weren’t enough to lift them all from their status on the state’s list of schools requiring extra support.
OKCPS board denies application to create dual-immersion charter school in Wheeler District
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Jul 16, 6:56 AM, The Oklahoman:

An application for a new dual-language immersion charter school fell short of approval from the Oklahoma City School Board on Monday.
Akron high school students earn 1,440 industry certifications in 2019 — a 1,500% increase from last year
/6

Jul 16, 6:44 AM, Akron Beacon Journal:

The 2019 graduating class from Akron Public Schools earned 1,440 industry certifications before leaving high school, an increase of 1,500% from the class of 2018, which earned just 86 such credentials. The steep growth is largely due to an >
Opinion: It’s time for state control of Providence schools
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Jul 16, 5:48 AM, Providence Journal:

Rather than pointing fingers, state and local leaders must unite to forge an imaginative, bold, and creative plan to correct and overhaul the system to provide our children with the quality of education they deserve. We maintain that this >
A dip in LEAP: New Orleans area schools see lower or stagnant scores as tougher standards continue
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Jul 16, 5:23 AM, The Times-Picayune:

As public schools in the New Orleans area continue to grapple with tougher standards under statewide education reform efforts, their students' scores on high-stakes standardized tests dipped or remained flat in the 2018-19 school year.
Opinion: Give our youth the support they need to grasp the rewards of a postsecondary education
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Jul 15, 7:28 AM, The Seattle Times:

Our region’s rapidly changing and vibrantly growing economy requires education beyond high school. Whether a college degree or a career credential, postsecondary education and professional training is necessary to secure a living wage job >

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Memo to Democrats: Freedom and education are inextricably linked | Opinion
/6

Jul 16, 8:08 AM, Miami Herald:

The Democrats’ two nights of debate blather in Miami were astoundingly lean on two essential subjects — freedom and education. And the debates were especially lean given how the very state where they gathered is proving that freedom and >
Opinion: Want to reduce college costs? High schools can help.
/6

Jul 16, 8:01 AM, Politico:

When politicians discuss the crisis of higher education, they tend to focus on finding ways to reduce the price that students pay for college: tax-deductible savings accounts, better known as 529s; massive student debt cancellation, as >
Charter schools making moves in Southwest
/6

Jul 16, 7:53 AM, Southwest Journal:

A new charter high school will open this fall in Southwest and another is planning a building addition as it prepares to add more students.
Democrat, schools chief in city to talk education
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Jul 16, 7:44 AM, The Journal Gazette:

A Democratic state lawmaker said Monday that Indiana education policy is driven by special interests that have found favor with supermajority Republicans at the Statehouse – a view shared by the Republican superintendent of public >
Letter: Push for more state involvement in cyberschools misguided
/6

Jul 16, 7:35 AM, Observer-Reporter:

The editorial board’s recent push for more state involvement with cyber schools and fewer options for parents (June 30 editorial) is misguided. School districts from Penn Hills to Harrisburg to Scranton have shown government accountability >
Extra effort paying off for some, not all low-performing Savannah-Chatham schools
/6

Jul 16, 7:04 AM, Savannah Morning News:

Double periods of reading at many low-performing Savannah-Chatham County public schools weren’t enough to lift them all from their status on the state’s list of schools requiring extra support.
OKCPS board denies application to create dual-immersion charter school in Wheeler District
/6

Jul 16, 6:56 AM, The Oklahoman:

An application for a new dual-language immersion charter school fell short of approval from the Oklahoma City School Board on Monday.
House Democrats think private schools should play by same rules as public schools if students receive vouchers
/6

Jul 16, 6:48 AM, The Progressive Pulse:

If a private school receives state money, is that school obligated to abide by state laws? That’s the question State Rep. Shelly Willingham, (D-Edgecombe) posed Monday during a discussion about a school safety omnibus bill that would, >

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Memo to Democrats: Freedom and education are inextricably linked | Opinion
/6

Jul 16, 8:08 AM, Miami Herald:

The Democrats’ two nights of debate blather in Miami were astoundingly lean on two essential subjects — freedom and education. And the debates were especially lean given how the very state where they gathered is proving that freedom and >
Opinion: Want to reduce college costs? High schools can help.
/6

Jul 16, 8:01 AM, Politico:

When politicians discuss the crisis of higher education, they tend to focus on finding ways to reduce the price that students pay for college: tax-deductible savings accounts, better known as 529s; massive student debt cancellation, as >
Charter schools making moves in Southwest
/6

Jul 16, 7:53 AM, Southwest Journal:

A new charter high school will open this fall in Southwest and another is planning a building addition as it prepares to add more students.
Democrat, schools chief in city to talk education
/6

Jul 16, 7:44 AM, The Journal Gazette:

A Democratic state lawmaker said Monday that Indiana education policy is driven by special interests that have found favor with supermajority Republicans at the Statehouse – a view shared by the Republican superintendent of public >
Letter: Push for more state involvement in cyberschools misguided
/6

Jul 16, 7:35 AM, Observer-Reporter:

The editorial board’s recent push for more state involvement with cyber schools and fewer options for parents (June 30 editorial) is misguided. School districts from Penn Hills to Harrisburg to Scranton have shown government accountability >
Extra effort paying off for some, not all low-performing Savannah-Chatham schools
/6

Jul 16, 7:04 AM, Savannah Morning News:

Double periods of reading at many low-performing Savannah-Chatham County public schools weren’t enough to lift them all from their status on the state’s list of schools requiring extra support.
OKCPS board denies application to create dual-immersion charter school in Wheeler District
/6

Jul 16, 6:56 AM, The Oklahoman:

An application for a new dual-language immersion charter school fell short of approval from the Oklahoma City School Board on Monday.
House Democrats think private schools should play by same rules as public schools if students receive vouchers
/6

Jul 16, 6:48 AM, The Progressive Pulse:

If a private school receives state money, is that school obligated to abide by state laws? That’s the question State Rep. Shelly Willingham, (D-Edgecombe) posed Monday during a discussion about a school safety omnibus bill that would, >