Thursday, November 14, 2019


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National Reading Emergency: Educators Sound the Alarm
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Nov 13, 9:05 AM, US News & World Report:

STUDENTS IN THE U.S. are getting worse at reading, and a dozen education and civil rights organizations sounded the alarm over what they say is a national crisis.
Opinion: Democrats need a charter-school education: Presidential candidates’ plans could most harm black and Hispanic kids
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Nov 13, 9:03 AM, New York Daily News:

As the leaders of public charter school networks, we agree with the current Democratic presidential candidates that every student should have access to a great education. Sadly, however, some of their proposals to cut funding to public >
Study to explore differences among charter, private and public schools
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Nov 13, 9:00 AM, Richmond Register:

Two University of Kentucky researchers are working with faculty at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Washington-Bothell to uncover how school voucher programs -- and more broadly, school choice -- impact long-term student >
AP-NORC poll: Many say high school diploma enough to succeed
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Nov 11, 9:32 AM, Associated Press:

Although most young Americans believe in the value of higher education, many still consider a high school diploma alone to be enough for success, according to a survey of teens and young adults by The Associated Press-NORC Center for >
Opinion: Warren’s ginormous school-choice hypocrisy
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Nov 11, 9:31 AM, New York Post:

Elizabeth Warren proudly opposes school choice — for your kids. She apparently could afford to take her own son out of the public-school system and enroll him in a private school, yet her education policies would deny that choice to less >
Opinion: Remove obstacles that keep veterans from earning college degrees
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Nov 11, 9:27 AM, San Francisco Chronicle:

If we are going to serve the veterans of our armed forces the way we expect them to serve our country, this must change. All 2020 presidential candidates need to sharply focus on the challenges our veterans face in trying to earn a college >
Arizona’s Success with Charter Schools Is a Model Other States Would Be Wise to Follow
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Nov 8, 9:17 AM, National Review:

States would do well to take a long, hard look at Arizona’s demand-driven education system. They’d like what they saw.
Editorial: Elizabeth Warren's cruelty
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Nov 8, 9:15 AM, Washington Examiner:

Somehow, Sen. Elizabeth Warren has managed to pass herself off as a serious policy wonk. We could examine media failures that allowed this farce to carry on for so long, but more important than the bias that tolerates her grift is the >

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Scott Pearson, longtime leader of D.C.’s charter sector, plans to step down in May
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Nov 13, 8:57 AM, Washington Post:

The advocate who oversaw the growth of charter schools in the nation’s capital for much of the past decade announced Tuesday that he plans to step down in May from one of the most powerful education posts in the city.
Indianapolis Public Schools inked a new contract. Teachers can make up to $90,000 next year.
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Nov 13, 8:39 AM, Indianapolis Star:

Indianapolis Public Schools is investing nearly $30 million over the next two years to give its teachers the largest pay raise in district history and make it one of the best paying school districts in the state.
A new community college is the economic development engine that Erie needs to succeed | Opinion
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Nov 13, 8:24 AM, Capital-Star :

Pennsylvania has a large “investment deficit,” shortchanging the next generation and the state by failing to put resources into 21st century education and infrastructure.  Now regional leaders from Erie County have stepped forward to >
Group accuses state ed department of hiding school data
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Nov 13, 8:01 AM, The Detroit News:

A charter school advocacy group is accusing the Michigan Department of Education of "illegally" hiding performance data it is supposed to be using to create an A-F accountability system for schools.
Hundreds Gather In Support Of Threatened Southwest Utah Charter School
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Nov 13, 7:51 AM, KUER:

The October vote blindsided school officials and community members alike. But as Neil Walter, board president of Saint George Academy, told the parents, students and faculty on Monday night, he expects a new plan to reduce expenses and >
State board staff again goes against Nashville school board, recommends new Rocketship school
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Nov 13, 7:47 AM, The Tennessean :

Tennessee's education board could overturn a Nashville decision over a charter school for the second time in less than a month.
Roaring Fork School District opens public review of Two Rivers charter application
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Nov 13, 7:45 AM, Post Independent:

TRCS, now in its fifth year, operates as a K-8 school under the Colorado Charter School Institute. The school applied Sept. 30 to come under the umbrella of the local school district, and is concurrently seeking to renew its charter with >
Proposed charter school for American Indians won't open in 2020; board calls curriculum too 'divisive'
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Nov 13, 7:41 AM, WRAL:

A proposed charter school geared toward American Indian students will not be allowed to open next year after a state charter school board found the school's curriculum was "divisive instead of bringing unity.
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Indianapolis Public Schools inked a new contract. Teachers can make up to $90,000 next year.
/6

Nov 13, 8:39 AM, Indianapolis Star:

Indianapolis Public Schools is investing nearly $30 million over the next two years to give its teachers the largest pay raise in district history and make it one of the best paying school districts in the state.
A new community college is the economic development engine that Erie needs to succeed | Opinion
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Nov 13, 8:24 AM, Capital-Star :

Pennsylvania has a large “investment deficit,” shortchanging the next generation and the state by failing to put resources into 21st century education and infrastructure.  Now regional leaders from Erie County have stepped forward to >
Hundreds Gather In Support Of Threatened Southwest Utah Charter School
/6

Nov 13, 7:51 AM, KUER:

The October vote blindsided school officials and community members alike. But as Neil Walter, board president of Saint George Academy, told the parents, students and faculty on Monday night, he expects a new plan to reduce expenses and >
State board staff again goes against Nashville school board, recommends new Rocketship school
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Nov 13, 7:47 AM, The Tennessean :

Tennessee's education board could overturn a Nashville decision over a charter school for the second time in less than a month.
Roaring Fork School District opens public review of Two Rivers charter application
/6

Nov 13, 7:45 AM, Post Independent:

TRCS, now in its fifth year, operates as a K-8 school under the Colorado Charter School Institute. The school applied Sept. 30 to come under the umbrella of the local school district, and is concurrently seeking to renew its charter with >
Proposed charter school for American Indians won't open in 2020; board calls curriculum too 'divisive'
/6

Nov 13, 7:41 AM, WRAL:

A proposed charter school geared toward American Indian students will not be allowed to open next year after a state charter school board found the school's curriculum was "divisive instead of bringing unity.
MPS board approves contract for conversion charter schools
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Nov 13, 7:39 AM, Montgomery Advertiser :

An effort nearly three years in the making, the Montgomery Education Foundation gained approval to convert three Montgomery public schools into charters.
Dove Science Academy to create statewide virtual school
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Nov 13, 7:13 AM, The Oklahoman:

An application and contract to create Oklahoma Information and Technology School passed a vote from the Oklahoma Statewide Virtual Charter School Board on Tuesday. The board voted against Dove’s first application to create the virtual >

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National Reading Emergency: Educators Sound the Alarm
/6

Nov 13, 9:05 AM, US News & World Report:

STUDENTS IN THE U.S. are getting worse at reading, and a dozen education and civil rights organizations sounded the alarm over what they say is a national crisis.
Opinion: Democrats need a charter-school education: Presidential candidates’ plans could most harm black and Hispanic kids
/6

Nov 13, 9:03 AM, New York Daily News:

As the leaders of public charter school networks, we agree with the current Democratic presidential candidates that every student should have access to a great education. Sadly, however, some of their proposals to cut funding to public >
Study to explore differences among charter, private and public schools
/6

Nov 13, 9:00 AM, Richmond Register:

Two University of Kentucky researchers are working with faculty at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Washington-Bothell to uncover how school voucher programs -- and more broadly, school choice -- impact long-term student >
Scott Pearson, longtime leader of D.C.’s charter sector, plans to step down in May
/6

Nov 13, 8:57 AM, Washington Post:

The advocate who oversaw the growth of charter schools in the nation’s capital for much of the past decade announced Tuesday that he plans to step down in May from one of the most powerful education posts in the city.
Indianapolis Public Schools inked a new contract. Teachers can make up to $90,000 next year.
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Nov 13, 8:39 AM, Indianapolis Star:

Indianapolis Public Schools is investing nearly $30 million over the next two years to give its teachers the largest pay raise in district history and make it one of the best paying school districts in the state.
A new community college is the economic development engine that Erie needs to succeed | Opinion
/6

Nov 13, 8:24 AM, Capital-Star :

Pennsylvania has a large “investment deficit,” shortchanging the next generation and the state by failing to put resources into 21st century education and infrastructure.  Now regional leaders from Erie County have stepped forward to >
Group accuses state ed department of hiding school data
/6

Nov 13, 8:01 AM, The Detroit News:

A charter school advocacy group is accusing the Michigan Department of Education of "illegally" hiding performance data it is supposed to be using to create an A-F accountability system for schools.
Hundreds Gather In Support Of Threatened Southwest Utah Charter School
/6

Nov 13, 7:51 AM, KUER:

The October vote blindsided school officials and community members alike. But as Neil Walter, board president of Saint George Academy, told the parents, students and faculty on Monday night, he expects a new plan to reduce expenses and >

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National Reading Emergency: Educators Sound the Alarm
/6

Nov 13, 9:05 AM, US News & World Report:

STUDENTS IN THE U.S. are getting worse at reading, and a dozen education and civil rights organizations sounded the alarm over what they say is a national crisis.
Opinion: Democrats need a charter-school education: Presidential candidates’ plans could most harm black and Hispanic kids
/6

Nov 13, 9:03 AM, New York Daily News:

As the leaders of public charter school networks, we agree with the current Democratic presidential candidates that every student should have access to a great education. Sadly, however, some of their proposals to cut funding to public >
Study to explore differences among charter, private and public schools
/6

Nov 13, 9:00 AM, Richmond Register:

Two University of Kentucky researchers are working with faculty at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Washington-Bothell to uncover how school voucher programs -- and more broadly, school choice -- impact long-term student >
Scott Pearson, longtime leader of D.C.’s charter sector, plans to step down in May
/6

Nov 13, 8:57 AM, Washington Post:

The advocate who oversaw the growth of charter schools in the nation’s capital for much of the past decade announced Tuesday that he plans to step down in May from one of the most powerful education posts in the city.
Indianapolis Public Schools inked a new contract. Teachers can make up to $90,000 next year.
/6

Nov 13, 8:39 AM, Indianapolis Star:

Indianapolis Public Schools is investing nearly $30 million over the next two years to give its teachers the largest pay raise in district history and make it one of the best paying school districts in the state.
A new community college is the economic development engine that Erie needs to succeed | Opinion
/6

Nov 13, 8:24 AM, Capital-Star :

Pennsylvania has a large “investment deficit,” shortchanging the next generation and the state by failing to put resources into 21st century education and infrastructure.  Now regional leaders from Erie County have stepped forward to >
Group accuses state ed department of hiding school data
/6

Nov 13, 8:01 AM, The Detroit News:

A charter school advocacy group is accusing the Michigan Department of Education of "illegally" hiding performance data it is supposed to be using to create an A-F accountability system for schools.
Hundreds Gather In Support Of Threatened Southwest Utah Charter School
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Nov 13, 7:51 AM, KUER:

The October vote blindsided school officials and community members alike. But as Neil Walter, board president of Saint George Academy, told the parents, students and faculty on Monday night, he expects a new plan to reduce expenses and >