Sunday, September 20, 2020


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Parents and Teachers Favor Slow Return to In-Person Learning
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Sep 17, 8:54 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

A NEW POLL SHOWS THAT parents and teachers are both equally cautious about returning to in-person learning, citing overwhelming concern for student and staff safety as their main reason for favoring a slow, phased in approach.
The latest crisis: Low-income students are dropping out of college this fall in alarming numbers
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Sep 17, 8:31 AM, Washington Post:

As fall semester gets into full swing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, schools are noticing a concerning trend: Low-income students are the most likely to drop out or not enroll at all, raising fears that they might never get a >
Biden: Charter Schools Are ‘Very Misguided’
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Sep 17, 8:30 AM, Washington Beacon Journal:

Biden's campaign website does not mention charter schools under his "plan for educators, students, and our future." He has received endorsements from NEA, the American Federation of Teachers, and other major teachers' unions, which >
Maine school choice lawsuit replicated in New Hampshire, Vermont By Jacob Posik
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Sep 17, 8:28 AM, Maine Wire:

The Institute for Justice (IJ), which represents the three Maine families who are challenging the sectarian exclusion within Maine’s town tuitioning program, also represents the plaintiffs of the cases originating in New Hampshire and >
WATCH: Biden Says He’ll Kill Federal Funding For Charter Schools. Many Of Those Schools Hugely Benefit Minorities.
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Sep 16, 8:20 AM, Daily Wire:

Speaking to Lily Eskelen Garcia, the president of the National Education Association, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he had the same feeling that the NEA has about charter schools, adding that no “private charter school >
Analysis: From Virtual Picket Lines to Remote-Only Walkouts, What Would a COVID-19 Teacher Strike Look Like? Would It Make Any Difference?
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Sep 16, 8:19 AM, The 74:

Late last month, the United Federation of Teachers, representing employees of the nation’s largest school district, threatened to hold a strike authorization vote if certain safety measures related to the coronavirus weren’t put into place >
Report: COVID-19 School Closures Could Cost U.S. Economy $14 Trillion
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Sep 15, 8:32 AM, US News & World Report:

K-12 students will experience a 3% lower income over their lifetimes because of lost learning, according to existing research.
Opinion: School choice, innovation allows all students access to great education
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Sep 15, 8:30 AM, Florida Politics:

It is time for parents across America to be empowered to make decisions about their child’s education. Parents know their children better than any government bureaucrat ever could. It’s time that parents across the country be trusted the >

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Saco Senator launches civics education initiative
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Sep 17, 8:26 AM, Press Herald:

The Maine Democracy Project is a non-partisan, nonprofit committed to empowering a new generation of voters, advocates, and leaders through civics education, voter registration, and electoral engagement efforts, according to a news release.
Poll: Rural Kentuckians want in-person options for school
/6

Sep 17, 8:01 AM, Grayson Record:

Following drastic changes in education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent poll found 62 percent of likely rural voters want some form of in-person or hybrid learning educational options for students.
Miami-Dade, Broward teachers unions: ‘We deserve to go back to safe schools’
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Sep 17, 7:46 AM, WPLG:

United Teachers of Dade and the Broward Teachers Union representatives accused state and school district authorities on Wednesday of negligence and recklessness for rushing to reopen schools without investing in the implementation of >
N.Y. Teachers Union Sues Cuomo
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Sep 17, 7:43 AM, WSHU:

New York’s largest teachers’ union has filed a lawsuit against Governor Andrew Cuomo over more than $5 billion in state spending that’s expected to be withheld from school districts. The cuts come during a massive state budget >
Operation Education: E-learning at the Empowerment Zone schools
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Sep 17, 7:40 AM, WSBT 22:

The South Bend Empowerment Zone is working to turn around five struggling schools, and the switch to e-learning in the spring hit them harder than most.
EDITORIAL: Unions plan a merger to protect the establishment
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Sep 17, 7:37 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

Make no mistake, together or apart the teachers unions run public schools. They control the administration, determine who is on the school board, and therefore what is taught in classrooms. They control a system in which 50% of students — >
Plumas Charter School students head back to school at all four learning centers
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Sep 17, 7:29 AM, Plumas News:

During the first week of September, Plumas Charter School teachers and staff at all four PCS learning centers welcomed students back on campus for the start of their fall 2020 hybrid learning program.
Virtual only school GA Connections Academy sees uptick in enrollment amid COVID-19
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Sep 17, 7:23 AM, WGXA:

Six months ago when schools across the state were scrambling to piece together digital plans, one Georgia school didn't. Georgia Connections Academy is a statewide charter public school that has been 100 percent online since it opened in >
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Miami-Dade, Broward teachers unions: ‘We deserve to go back to safe schools’
/6

Sep 17, 7:46 AM, WPLG:

United Teachers of Dade and the Broward Teachers Union representatives accused state and school district authorities on Wednesday of negligence and recklessness for rushing to reopen schools without investing in the implementation of >
Operation Education: E-learning at the Empowerment Zone schools
/6

Sep 17, 7:40 AM, WSBT 22:

The South Bend Empowerment Zone is working to turn around five struggling schools, and the switch to e-learning in the spring hit them harder than most.
Plumas Charter School students head back to school at all four learning centers
/6

Sep 17, 7:29 AM, Plumas News:

During the first week of September, Plumas Charter School teachers and staff at all four PCS learning centers welcomed students back on campus for the start of their fall 2020 hybrid learning program.
Charter school’s plan to move to Rancho San Diego to be heard Friday by county planners
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Sep 17, 7:05 AM, San Diego Union Tribune:

A plan by Literacy First Charter Schools to build a new high school on a parcel of undeveloped land in Rancho San Diego will be heard Friday by the San Diego County Planning Commission.
At LEAP Academy, school buses deliver meals to families while students take classes online
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Sep 17, 6:34 AM, KYW Newsradio:

A South Jersey school has found a new way to make sure its students are well-fed during remote learning by busing meals to kids.
Talawanda families protest against remote learning, want more options
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Sep 17, 6:32 AM, Cincinnati Enquirer:

Despite Talawanda School District's effort to clarify its position on virtual-only classes and students' safety, some families still want a choice in the matter.
Most NYC public school students not guaranteed real-time remote learning
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Sep 17, 6:25 AM, New York Post:

An already chaotic start to the school year took another twist hours before classes began Wednesday when the city Department of Education announced that kids signed up for blended learning aren’t guaranteed real-time virtual >
Teachers union sues San Antonio ISD, saying it broke the law when letting charter firm take over school
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Sep 17, 5:52 AM, San Antonio Current:

The Texas State Teachers Association has sued San Antonio ISD and the state's education commissioner, alleging they violated the law when they turned over a struggling elementary campus to a New York charter school operator.

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Parents and Teachers Favor Slow Return to In-Person Learning
/6

Sep 17, 8:54 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

A NEW POLL SHOWS THAT parents and teachers are both equally cautious about returning to in-person learning, citing overwhelming concern for student and staff safety as their main reason for favoring a slow, phased in approach.
The latest crisis: Low-income students are dropping out of college this fall in alarming numbers
/6

Sep 17, 8:31 AM, Washington Post:

As fall semester gets into full swing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, schools are noticing a concerning trend: Low-income students are the most likely to drop out or not enroll at all, raising fears that they might never get a >
Biden: Charter Schools Are ‘Very Misguided’
/6

Sep 17, 8:30 AM, Washington Beacon Journal:

Biden's campaign website does not mention charter schools under his "plan for educators, students, and our future." He has received endorsements from NEA, the American Federation of Teachers, and other major teachers' unions, which >
Maine school choice lawsuit replicated in New Hampshire, Vermont By Jacob Posik
/6

Sep 17, 8:28 AM, Maine Wire:

The Institute for Justice (IJ), which represents the three Maine families who are challenging the sectarian exclusion within Maine’s town tuitioning program, also represents the plaintiffs of the cases originating in New Hampshire and >
Saco Senator launches civics education initiative
/6

Sep 17, 8:26 AM, Press Herald:

The Maine Democracy Project is a non-partisan, nonprofit committed to empowering a new generation of voters, advocates, and leaders through civics education, voter registration, and electoral engagement efforts, according to a news release.
Poll: Rural Kentuckians want in-person options for school
/6

Sep 17, 8:01 AM, Grayson Record:

Following drastic changes in education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent poll found 62 percent of likely rural voters want some form of in-person or hybrid learning educational options for students.
Miami-Dade, Broward teachers unions: ‘We deserve to go back to safe schools’
/6

Sep 17, 7:46 AM, WPLG:

United Teachers of Dade and the Broward Teachers Union representatives accused state and school district authorities on Wednesday of negligence and recklessness for rushing to reopen schools without investing in the implementation of >
N.Y. Teachers Union Sues Cuomo
/6

Sep 17, 7:43 AM, WSHU:

New York’s largest teachers’ union has filed a lawsuit against Governor Andrew Cuomo over more than $5 billion in state spending that’s expected to be withheld from school districts. The cuts come during a massive state budget >

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Parents and Teachers Favor Slow Return to In-Person Learning
/6

Sep 17, 8:54 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

A NEW POLL SHOWS THAT parents and teachers are both equally cautious about returning to in-person learning, citing overwhelming concern for student and staff safety as their main reason for favoring a slow, phased in approach.
The latest crisis: Low-income students are dropping out of college this fall in alarming numbers
/6

Sep 17, 8:31 AM, Washington Post:

As fall semester gets into full swing in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, schools are noticing a concerning trend: Low-income students are the most likely to drop out or not enroll at all, raising fears that they might never get a >
Biden: Charter Schools Are ‘Very Misguided’
/6

Sep 17, 8:30 AM, Washington Beacon Journal:

Biden's campaign website does not mention charter schools under his "plan for educators, students, and our future." He has received endorsements from NEA, the American Federation of Teachers, and other major teachers' unions, which >
Maine school choice lawsuit replicated in New Hampshire, Vermont By Jacob Posik
/6

Sep 17, 8:28 AM, Maine Wire:

The Institute for Justice (IJ), which represents the three Maine families who are challenging the sectarian exclusion within Maine’s town tuitioning program, also represents the plaintiffs of the cases originating in New Hampshire and >
Saco Senator launches civics education initiative
/6

Sep 17, 8:26 AM, Press Herald:

The Maine Democracy Project is a non-partisan, nonprofit committed to empowering a new generation of voters, advocates, and leaders through civics education, voter registration, and electoral engagement efforts, according to a news release.
Poll: Rural Kentuckians want in-person options for school
/6

Sep 17, 8:01 AM, Grayson Record:

Following drastic changes in education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent poll found 62 percent of likely rural voters want some form of in-person or hybrid learning educational options for students.
Miami-Dade, Broward teachers unions: ‘We deserve to go back to safe schools’
/6

Sep 17, 7:46 AM, WPLG:

United Teachers of Dade and the Broward Teachers Union representatives accused state and school district authorities on Wednesday of negligence and recklessness for rushing to reopen schools without investing in the implementation of >
N.Y. Teachers Union Sues Cuomo
/6

Sep 17, 7:43 AM, WSHU:

New York’s largest teachers’ union has filed a lawsuit against Governor Andrew Cuomo over more than $5 billion in state spending that’s expected to be withheld from school districts. The cuts come during a massive state budget >