Saturday, September 22, 2018


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The best colleges in the US all have this one thing in common         
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Sep 21, 7:11 AM, CNBC  :

All of these schools have a crucial thing in common: sky-high graduation rates. Prospective students often overlook graduation rates when they are considering colleges, but they can be incredibly important measures of a school's quality >
One-third of community college students ‘misdirected’ to remedial classes
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Sep 21, 7:09 AM, MN Spokesman-Recorder:

Under-placement creates additional barriers for students who are now required to pay for coursework with no credit. A 2016 report by the Education Reform Now showed that remedial coursework cost first-year students and their families >
Opinion: School choice can enhance school safety
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Sep 21, 7:08 AM, Deseret News:

With these results in mind, it’s perfectly logical to conclude that it’s well past time to put universal choice to work as a way to spread the benefits of safe schools widely across the United States.
Commentary: How Unified Enrollment Systems Solve Some Problems And Cause Other Ones
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Sep 20, 7:16 AM, Forbes:

For those who may be unfamiliar, unified enrollment systems were created for cities that have a lot of potential school choices for families. Rather than admit students on a first come first served basis or have each and every school >
Reality Check with Jeanne Allen Episode 37: Jonathan Hage, Charter Schools USA
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Sep 18, 7:43 AM, National Review Online:

From his service in the U.S. Army to his creation of CSUSA, Jon Hage’s life and career have been dedicated to service, leadership, and creating systemic change for the better for America’s schools and schoolchildren.
Opinion: College rankings need more focus on graduation rates of low-income students
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Sep 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Post:

This time of year always brings a robust debate over college rankings — which ones matter most, and whether to trust what they value. Too often, rankings have asked America’s college and university leaders to face the tough choice of >
Up To 60 Percent Of College Students Need Remedial Classes. This Needs To Change Now
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Sep 18, 7:41 AM, The Federalist-:

This September, millions of college students move to campus for their first semester. Many will begin courses in engineering, calculus, science, or another advanced field, but other incoming freshmen will be stuck in remedial classes, >
Editorial: Improve our existing school choice options
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Sep 14, 7:31 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

So, while Secretary DeVos and Congress battle it out, we would do well to dedicate our efforts to improving our existing school choice options, rather than worry about expanding them.

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New York City Makes Big Diversity Push in Brooklyn School District
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Sep 21, 6:54 AM, Wall Street Journal:

In one of New York City’s most dramatic overhauls of admissions policies, public middle schools in one Brooklyn district will stop selecting applicants by academic records in an effort to better integrate their classrooms by race and >
Rice University Will Offer Free Tuition To Families Earning Less Than $130,000
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Sep 21, 6:35 AM, Forbes:

The Rice tuition cut comes at a time when many colleges are slashing their sticker prices in response to enrollment declines and the widespread sense that the cost of higher education has risen too quickly.
Teacher shortage means more Texas schools going virtual
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Sep 21, 6:04 AM, Spectrum News:

In classrooms all across Texas today, students were taught a lesson by a substitute teacher. It’s not because their regular teacher was out sick, but because they don't have a permanent instructor due to a statewide shortage. Now, the >
Community Divided Over A Proposed New Home For Roxbury Prep Charter High School
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Sep 21, 5:59 AM, WBUR:

For the past few years, Roxbury Prep High School has been a schoolhouse divided: two campuses, five crosstown miles apart.
Opinion: Dark money groups' stand on Prop. 305 shows the public got played on voucher expansion
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Sep 21, 5:51 AM, Arizona Republic:

The lack of support for Prop. 305 shows the true intent of the powers-that-be: to create an unlimited school-voucher program in Arizona.
Gov. Brown vetoes California bill that called for later school start times
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Sep 21, 5:38 AM, The Mercury News:

California’s middle and high schools won’t have to wait until at least 8:30 a.m. to begin classes because Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill requiring the later start time.
Educators see few benefits in ballot measure giving schools more financial flexibility
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Sep 21, 5:03 AM, StateImpact Oklahoma:

State Question 801 would allow school leaders to spend money in their building fund — currently restricted for things like construction projects, maintenance and repairs, utilities, and custodians’ salaries — in new ways.
Charters vs. District: The Battle for San Francisco Public Schools
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Sep 21, 4:37 AM, San Francisco Public Press:

Thirteen charter schools operate in San Francisco, with about 4,300 students. Like all charters, they call themselves public schools and don’t charge tuition.
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The best colleges in the US all have this one thing in common         
/6

Sep 21, 7:11 AM, CNBC  :

All of these schools have a crucial thing in common: sky-high graduation rates. Prospective students often overlook graduation rates when they are considering colleges, but they can be incredibly important measures of a school's quality >
One-third of community college students ‘misdirected’ to remedial classes
/6

Sep 21, 7:09 AM, MN Spokesman-Recorder:

Under-placement creates additional barriers for students who are now required to pay for coursework with no credit. A 2016 report by the Education Reform Now showed that remedial coursework cost first-year students and their families >
Opinion: School choice can enhance school safety
/6

Sep 21, 7:08 AM, Deseret News:

With these results in mind, it’s perfectly logical to conclude that it’s well past time to put universal choice to work as a way to spread the benefits of safe schools widely across the United States.
New York City Makes Big Diversity Push in Brooklyn School District
/6

Sep 21, 6:54 AM, Wall Street Journal:

In one of New York City’s most dramatic overhauls of admissions policies, public middle schools in one Brooklyn district will stop selecting applicants by academic records in an effort to better integrate their classrooms by race and >
Rice University Will Offer Free Tuition To Families Earning Less Than $130,000
/6

Sep 21, 6:35 AM, Forbes:

The Rice tuition cut comes at a time when many colleges are slashing their sticker prices in response to enrollment declines and the widespread sense that the cost of higher education has risen too quickly.
Teacher shortage means more Texas schools going virtual
/6

Sep 21, 6:04 AM, Spectrum News:

In classrooms all across Texas today, students were taught a lesson by a substitute teacher. It’s not because their regular teacher was out sick, but because they don't have a permanent instructor due to a statewide shortage. Now, the >
Community Divided Over A Proposed New Home For Roxbury Prep Charter High School
/6

Sep 21, 5:59 AM, WBUR:

For the past few years, Roxbury Prep High School has been a schoolhouse divided: two campuses, five crosstown miles apart.
Opinion: Dark money groups' stand on Prop. 305 shows the public got played on voucher expansion
/6

Sep 21, 5:51 AM, Arizona Republic:

The lack of support for Prop. 305 shows the true intent of the powers-that-be: to create an unlimited school-voucher program in Arizona.

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The best colleges in the US all have this one thing in common         
/6

Sep 21, 7:11 AM, CNBC  :

All of these schools have a crucial thing in common: sky-high graduation rates. Prospective students often overlook graduation rates when they are considering colleges, but they can be incredibly important measures of a school's quality >
One-third of community college students ‘misdirected’ to remedial classes
/6

Sep 21, 7:09 AM, MN Spokesman-Recorder:

Under-placement creates additional barriers for students who are now required to pay for coursework with no credit. A 2016 report by the Education Reform Now showed that remedial coursework cost first-year students and their families >
Opinion: School choice can enhance school safety
/6

Sep 21, 7:08 AM, Deseret News:

With these results in mind, it’s perfectly logical to conclude that it’s well past time to put universal choice to work as a way to spread the benefits of safe schools widely across the United States.
New York City Makes Big Diversity Push in Brooklyn School District
/6

Sep 21, 6:54 AM, Wall Street Journal:

In one of New York City’s most dramatic overhauls of admissions policies, public middle schools in one Brooklyn district will stop selecting applicants by academic records in an effort to better integrate their classrooms by race and >
Rice University Will Offer Free Tuition To Families Earning Less Than $130,000
/6

Sep 21, 6:35 AM, Forbes:

The Rice tuition cut comes at a time when many colleges are slashing their sticker prices in response to enrollment declines and the widespread sense that the cost of higher education has risen too quickly.
Teacher shortage means more Texas schools going virtual
/6

Sep 21, 6:04 AM, Spectrum News:

In classrooms all across Texas today, students were taught a lesson by a substitute teacher. It’s not because their regular teacher was out sick, but because they don't have a permanent instructor due to a statewide shortage. Now, the >
Community Divided Over A Proposed New Home For Roxbury Prep Charter High School
/6

Sep 21, 5:59 AM, WBUR:

For the past few years, Roxbury Prep High School has been a schoolhouse divided: two campuses, five crosstown miles apart.
Opinion: Dark money groups' stand on Prop. 305 shows the public got played on voucher expansion
/6

Sep 21, 5:51 AM, Arizona Republic:

The lack of support for Prop. 305 shows the true intent of the powers-that-be: to create an unlimited school-voucher program in Arizona.

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The best colleges in the US all have this one thing in common         
/6

Sep 21, 7:11 AM, CNBC  :

All of these schools have a crucial thing in common: sky-high graduation rates. Prospective students often overlook graduation rates when they are considering colleges, but they can be incredibly important measures of a school's quality >
One-third of community college students ‘misdirected’ to remedial classes
/6

Sep 21, 7:09 AM, MN Spokesman-Recorder:

Under-placement creates additional barriers for students who are now required to pay for coursework with no credit. A 2016 report by the Education Reform Now showed that remedial coursework cost first-year students and their families >
Opinion: School choice can enhance school safety
/6

Sep 21, 7:08 AM, Deseret News:

With these results in mind, it’s perfectly logical to conclude that it’s well past time to put universal choice to work as a way to spread the benefits of safe schools widely across the United States.
New York City Makes Big Diversity Push in Brooklyn School District
/6

Sep 21, 6:54 AM, Wall Street Journal:

In one of New York City’s most dramatic overhauls of admissions policies, public middle schools in one Brooklyn district will stop selecting applicants by academic records in an effort to better integrate their classrooms by race and >
Rice University Will Offer Free Tuition To Families Earning Less Than $130,000
/6

Sep 21, 6:35 AM, Forbes:

The Rice tuition cut comes at a time when many colleges are slashing their sticker prices in response to enrollment declines and the widespread sense that the cost of higher education has risen too quickly.
Teacher shortage means more Texas schools going virtual
/6

Sep 21, 6:04 AM, Spectrum News:

In classrooms all across Texas today, students were taught a lesson by a substitute teacher. It’s not because their regular teacher was out sick, but because they don't have a permanent instructor due to a statewide shortage. Now, the >
Community Divided Over A Proposed New Home For Roxbury Prep Charter High School
/6

Sep 21, 5:59 AM, WBUR:

For the past few years, Roxbury Prep High School has been a schoolhouse divided: two campuses, five crosstown miles apart.
Opinion: Dark money groups' stand on Prop. 305 shows the public got played on voucher expansion
/6

Sep 21, 5:51 AM, Arizona Republic:

The lack of support for Prop. 305 shows the true intent of the powers-that-be: to create an unlimited school-voucher program in Arizona.