Saturday, May 30, 2020


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Column: Can we re-imagine public education?
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May 29, 8:29 AM, Salem News:

We need assessment and accountability, but has bureaucracy stifled innovation?
Commentary: Parents, the modern educational system has failed you
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May 29, 8:25 AM, Salt Lake Tribune:

We will need to find a better solution to parenting/school partnerships going forward. If we prolong a return to educational “normalcy,” the consequences will be dire in the years ahead. Success will mean more communication, more >
Public schools face a fall with a lot more costs and a lot less funding
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May 28, 8:27 AM, Washington Post:

As school districts consider how and when to get students back to classrooms, they are facing a financial riddle with enormous implications: Every back-to-school plan involves new spending at a time when states and districts are bracing >
DeVos Demands Public Schools Share Pandemic Aid With Private Institutions
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May 28, 8:21 AM, New York Timess:

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says she will force public school superintendents to share coronavirus rescue funds with private schools, some of which are facing ruin.
Survey Shows Big Remote Learning Gaps For Low-Income And Special Needs Children
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May 28, 8:19 AM, NPR:

Four out of 10 of the poorest U.S. students are accessing remote learning as little as once a week or less, according to a new survey from ParentsTogether, an advocacy group. By contrast, for families making more than $100,000 a year, 83% >
Remember the MOOCs? After Near-Death, They’re Booming
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May 28, 8:17 AM, New York Times:

The pioneering online learning networks offer hard-earned lessons for what works and what doesn’t with online education.
Opinoin: Teaching US history, civics will make country better
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May 28, 8:13 AM, Times Union:

This kind of education works. It can restore our understanding of the principles that make us Americans. It can help young people see America's imperfect history as a struggle to live up to our principles of freedom and justice. It can >
A Punitive & Senseless Education-Funding Proposal, Advanced in the Name of ‘Equity’
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May 27, 8:34 AM, National Review:

New York Times readers might well be appalled at the inequity Sibilia described, but they would be thoroughly deceived regarding which way it actually operates: The more-affluent Haddonfield Borough spends $16,532 per student annually, >

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Maryland Gov. Hogan’s veto of school funding plan hurts our children’s futures
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May 29, 8:14 AM, Washington Post:

Maryland has an unfortunate history of failing our children when times get tough. In 2002, the General Assembly adopted the “Thornton formula” and invested $3.2 billion to ensure schools had the resources necessary to provide every child >
Reading School Board action means the end for I-LEAD Charter School
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May 29, 7:51 AM, Reading Eagle:

The Reading School Board passed three agreements Wednesday night that will effectively shutter Berks County’s only brick-and-mortar charter school.
Sabis International Charter School celebrates seniors
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May 29, 7:19 AM, The Republican:

Baker said everyone at the school from teachers to facilities staff came together to coordinate the senior celebration. The school’s main entrance and sidewalk were decorated with signs and balloons and music blared from several stereos as >
Opinion: We can ease the hardships of educating during COVID-19 with smart policy
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May 29, 7:15 AM, Capital Times:

One idea is to create an emergency Education Savings Account. Such an account could be used to divert a portion of the funding now going to districts directly to parents to pay for things like online tutoring, supplemental materials, and >
OUR VIEW: Why keep the voucher program?
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May 29, 7:11 AM, Crossville Chronicle:

So before the budget trimmers go looking for every penny they can shave from other programs, we hope they take a hard look at $38 million sitting there for a program that could very well be declared invalid under Tennessee law.
NJ students: Reaching students via a virtual platform
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May 29, 7:08 AM, Bridgewater Courier News:

Administration and teachers at Saint Helena School in Edison began researching early on how teachers could effectively reach students in a virtual platform.
Schools will reopen in the fall. School leaders are asking for help from lawmakers
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May 29, 6:59 AM, Arizona Republic:

Some Arizona schools will open up as early as July for the next school year. But as state leaders push to return students to classrooms, questions remain about money, logistics and the impact of the virus.
Editorial: More parental input needed as Ohio explores options to reopen schools in August
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May 29, 6:55 AM, Cleveland Plain Dealer:

But parents’ voices themselves are critical. They need to be a key part of the process. If parents can’t be reassured that their local school-reopening plan is carefully considered, safe, and achievable, the plan will fail. Ohio can’t >
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Reading School Board action means the end for I-LEAD Charter School
/6

May 29, 7:51 AM, Reading Eagle:

The Reading School Board passed three agreements Wednesday night that will effectively shutter Berks County’s only brick-and-mortar charter school.
Sabis International Charter School celebrates seniors
/6

May 29, 7:19 AM, The Republican:

Baker said everyone at the school from teachers to facilities staff came together to coordinate the senior celebration. The school’s main entrance and sidewalk were decorated with signs and balloons and music blared from several stereos as >
NJ students: Reaching students via a virtual platform
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May 29, 7:08 AM, Bridgewater Courier News:

Administration and teachers at Saint Helena School in Edison began researching early on how teachers could effectively reach students in a virtual platform.
Philly schools avoid budget cuts despite COVID-19 economic pain
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May 29, 6:42 AM, WHYY:

Philadelphia’s Board of Education unanimously passed a $3.5 billion budget for the 2020-21 school year without making any drastic budget cuts.That counts as a small victory for the School District of Philadelphia, which just a month ago >
State board issues final rejection to proposed new charter school in Tulsa
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May 29, 6:28 AM, Tulsa World:

A last-ditch effort at sponsorship by proponents of a new charter school as part of a yet-to-be constructed housing development in northwest Tulsa failed on Thursday.
Column: Instead of closing good charter schools, why not learn from them?
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May 28, 7:32 AM, Buffalo News:

The decision also is baffling even to charter school skeptics like me, who've always been concerned about the vast majority of kids left in traditional public schools.
Families, teachers scramble to find new schools after closures during the coronavirus pandemic
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May 28, 7:17 AM, St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

The charter school in the Patch neighborhood of south St. Louis will close Thursday after the last day of classes for kindergarten through eighth grade. Last month, the Missouri Charter Public School Commission declined to renew the >
Blended learning could be the way of the future for schools in Osceola County
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May 28, 7:09 AM, WESH:

Blended learning would allow parents who are comfortable bringing their kids to school to do so, but it would also give a digital option to those who feel safer at home.

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Reading School Board action means the end for I-LEAD Charter School
/6

May 29, 7:51 AM, Reading Eagle:

The Reading School Board passed three agreements Wednesday night that will effectively shutter Berks County’s only brick-and-mortar charter school.
Sabis International Charter School celebrates seniors
/6

May 29, 7:19 AM, The Republican:

Baker said everyone at the school from teachers to facilities staff came together to coordinate the senior celebration. The school’s main entrance and sidewalk were decorated with signs and balloons and music blared from several stereos as >
NJ students: Reaching students via a virtual platform
/6

May 29, 7:08 AM, Bridgewater Courier News:

Administration and teachers at Saint Helena School in Edison began researching early on how teachers could effectively reach students in a virtual platform.
Philly schools avoid budget cuts despite COVID-19 economic pain
/6

May 29, 6:42 AM, WHYY:

Philadelphia’s Board of Education unanimously passed a $3.5 billion budget for the 2020-21 school year without making any drastic budget cuts.That counts as a small victory for the School District of Philadelphia, which just a month ago >
State board issues final rejection to proposed new charter school in Tulsa
/6

May 29, 6:28 AM, Tulsa World:

A last-ditch effort at sponsorship by proponents of a new charter school as part of a yet-to-be constructed housing development in northwest Tulsa failed on Thursday.
Column: Instead of closing good charter schools, why not learn from them?
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May 28, 7:32 AM, Buffalo News:

The decision also is baffling even to charter school skeptics like me, who've always been concerned about the vast majority of kids left in traditional public schools.
Families, teachers scramble to find new schools after closures during the coronavirus pandemic
/6

May 28, 7:17 AM, St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

The charter school in the Patch neighborhood of south St. Louis will close Thursday after the last day of classes for kindergarten through eighth grade. Last month, the Missouri Charter Public School Commission declined to renew the >
Blended learning could be the way of the future for schools in Osceola County
/6

May 28, 7:09 AM, WESH:

Blended learning would allow parents who are comfortable bringing their kids to school to do so, but it would also give a digital option to those who feel safer at home.

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Reading School Board action means the end for I-LEAD Charter School
/6

May 29, 7:51 AM, Reading Eagle:

The Reading School Board passed three agreements Wednesday night that will effectively shutter Berks County’s only brick-and-mortar charter school.
Sabis International Charter School celebrates seniors
/6

May 29, 7:19 AM, The Republican:

Baker said everyone at the school from teachers to facilities staff came together to coordinate the senior celebration. The school’s main entrance and sidewalk were decorated with signs and balloons and music blared from several stereos as >
NJ students: Reaching students via a virtual platform
/6

May 29, 7:08 AM, Bridgewater Courier News:

Administration and teachers at Saint Helena School in Edison began researching early on how teachers could effectively reach students in a virtual platform.
Philly schools avoid budget cuts despite COVID-19 economic pain
/6

May 29, 6:42 AM, WHYY:

Philadelphia’s Board of Education unanimously passed a $3.5 billion budget for the 2020-21 school year without making any drastic budget cuts.That counts as a small victory for the School District of Philadelphia, which just a month ago >
State board issues final rejection to proposed new charter school in Tulsa
/6

May 29, 6:28 AM, Tulsa World:

A last-ditch effort at sponsorship by proponents of a new charter school as part of a yet-to-be constructed housing development in northwest Tulsa failed on Thursday.
Column: Instead of closing good charter schools, why not learn from them?
/6

May 28, 7:32 AM, Buffalo News:

The decision also is baffling even to charter school skeptics like me, who've always been concerned about the vast majority of kids left in traditional public schools.
Families, teachers scramble to find new schools after closures during the coronavirus pandemic
/6

May 28, 7:17 AM, St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

The charter school in the Patch neighborhood of south St. Louis will close Thursday after the last day of classes for kindergarten through eighth grade. Last month, the Missouri Charter Public School Commission declined to renew the >
Blended learning could be the way of the future for schools in Osceola County
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May 28, 7:09 AM, WESH:

Blended learning would allow parents who are comfortable bringing their kids to school to do so, but it would also give a digital option to those who feel safer at home.