Saturday, July 11, 2020


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Trump signs executive order as he courts Hispanic voters
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Jul 10, 8:08 AM, Associated Press:

The commission has broad marching orders to foster school choice efforts and promote public-private partnerships in Hispanic-American communities.
U.S. could redirect funds to schools that don't close during pandemic: DeVos
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Jul 10, 8:04 AM, Reuters:

The federal government could allow families to use education funding elsewhere if local public schools do not open during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. education secretary said on Thursday, as the Trump administration sought to >
Black Lives Matter Supporters Must Also Contend With How Suppressing School Choice Hurts Students of Color
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Jul 10, 8:01 AM, The 74:

Don’t rage against the immediate, unnecessary execution and/or incarceration of an unarmed Black man while ignoring the pillar that empowers us as a society — education.
Column: The Collapsing Case against Charter Schools
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Jul 10, 7:59 AM, National Review:

And yet the shenanigans that the public-school interests pull to try to stop charters are, incredibly enough, not a national scandal. Not that long ago, racial deed “covenants” kept homeowners in white neighborhoods from selling their >
Commentary: When private schools lose funding, low-income kids lose too
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Jul 10, 7:54 AM, The Hill:

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a wrecking ball into American education. The media has focused on the disruptive shift to remote learning, sometimes with uneven results. Largely ignored however, has been the story unfolding at inner-city, >
Opinion: The school reopening debate reveals that we don’t listen to teachers about schools
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Jul 10, 7:51 AMThe Washington Post:

The disregard of teachers’ shared professional expertise and practical knowledge is no accident. It reflects the way that, instead of treating teachers like other American professionals, society has long blamed them for the failings of >
Opinion: The Supreme Court’s dangerous precedent on religious freedom
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Jul 10, 7:49 AM, New York Daily News:

The purpose of public school education — one that is funded properly — is to provide equal access to opportunity and economic mobility to all children. And while private religious schools may create policies based on their religious >
Opinion: On Religion, the Supreme Court Protects the Right to Be Different
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Jul 9, 7:36 AM, New York Times:

The court decided three religious freedom cases in the last week. The most important, Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, held that states may not deny financial benefits to parents who send their children to accredited private >

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Column: The U.S. Supreme Court has opened a door for Colorado to give low-income kids scholarships to private schools
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Jul 10, 7:47 AM, The Denver Post:

With Colorado’s Blaine Amendment on the ash heap of history, our state has a real opportunity to help poor and middle-class families who are struggling financially in these difficult economic times.
Will Supreme Court decision bring more school choice to Maryland | COMMENTARY
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Jul 10, 7:44 AM, Baltimore Sun:

Although Maryland does offer some charter school options and a private school voucher program, the Cato Institute ranks Maryland’s educational freedom 46th out of 50 states. In total, less than 3% of Maryland students enroll in charter >
What to know about Metro Nashville Schools' reopening plan
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Jul 10, 7:43 AM, Nashville Tennessean:

Nashville public school students won't be going back to school in August — at least not physically. All Metro Nashville Public Schools students will start the academic year remotely as coronavirus cases continue to mount, Director Adrienne >
New York City Parents Grill Schools Chief on Reopening Plan
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Jul 10, 7:41 AM, Wall Street Journal:

New York City parent leaders grilled Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza on Thursday about his plans to reopen schools in the fall, with some expressing deep frustration that they didn’t have more say.
Almond Acres offering a new at-home academy in the North County
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Jul 10, 7:01 AM, Paso Robles Daily News :

The AACA At Home program will consist of instruction happening in the home while families maintain the close family/school connection that is special to AACA. Parents will be provided with comprehensive curriculum guides, training >
Second charter school approved for Montebello Unified
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Jul 10, 6:56 AM, Whittier Daily News:

A second charter school for Montebello Unified was approved Thursday, July 9, this time by the state Board of Education after the local school board said no.
Know the options: Here’s how to pick an online school next year
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Jul 10, 6:40 AM, Sun Sentinel:

So what else is out there? There are private schools, some of which already have announced they will reopen for in-person classes, and charter schools, which are publicly funded but privately managed. Then there are the public online >
Four charter school applicants in Baton Rouge rejected, free to appeal to BESE
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Jul 10, 6:38 AM, The Advocate:

Following the advice of an outside evaluator, the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board on Thursday voted unanimously to deny four applicants seeking to open new charter schools in Baton Rouge.
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What to know about Metro Nashville Schools' reopening plan
/6

Jul 10, 7:43 AM, Nashville Tennessean:

Nashville public school students won't be going back to school in August — at least not physically. All Metro Nashville Public Schools students will start the academic year remotely as coronavirus cases continue to mount, Director Adrienne >
New York City Parents Grill Schools Chief on Reopening Plan
/6

Jul 10, 7:41 AM, Wall Street Journal:

New York City parent leaders grilled Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza on Thursday about his plans to reopen schools in the fall, with some expressing deep frustration that they didn’t have more say.
Almond Acres offering a new at-home academy in the North County
/6

Jul 10, 7:01 AM, Paso Robles Daily News :

The AACA At Home program will consist of instruction happening in the home while families maintain the close family/school connection that is special to AACA. Parents will be provided with comprehensive curriculum guides, training >
Second charter school approved for Montebello Unified
/6

Jul 10, 6:56 AM, Whittier Daily News:

A second charter school for Montebello Unified was approved Thursday, July 9, this time by the state Board of Education after the local school board said no.
Four charter school applicants in Baton Rouge rejected, free to appeal to BESE
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Jul 10, 6:38 AM, The Advocate:

Following the advice of an outside evaluator, the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board on Thursday voted unanimously to deny four applicants seeking to open new charter schools in Baton Rouge.
These new Indianapolis charter schools didn’t plan on a pandemic. They’re opening anyway.
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Jul 10, 6:24 AM, Chalkbeat:

School leaders at Believe Circle City High School, a charter school opening soon in Indianapolis, had originally planned for students to spend Friday afternoons outside the classroom. They’d volunteer, visit colleges, and participate in >
Newark Leads Nation in Schools That Outperform Peers, Study Finds
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Jul 10, 6:10 AM, Tap Into:

A recently released report commissioned by the New Jersey Children’s Foundation has found that out of 50 cities studied, Newark is a national leader in schools that help students outperform statistical predictions based on their racial and >
School leaders or parents: Who should decide how students return to school?
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Jul 9, 7:08 AM, WRDW:

There’s been a lot of reaction from Aiken County parents after school leaders laid out a plan for students to return to class, and there are a lot of possible directions it could go.

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Trump signs executive order as he courts Hispanic voters
/6

Jul 10, 8:08 AM, Associated Press:

The commission has broad marching orders to foster school choice efforts and promote public-private partnerships in Hispanic-American communities.
U.S. could redirect funds to schools that don't close during pandemic: DeVos
/6

Jul 10, 8:04 AM, Reuters:

The federal government could allow families to use education funding elsewhere if local public schools do not open during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. education secretary said on Thursday, as the Trump administration sought to >
Black Lives Matter Supporters Must Also Contend With How Suppressing School Choice Hurts Students of Color
/6

Jul 10, 8:01 AM, The 74:

Don’t rage against the immediate, unnecessary execution and/or incarceration of an unarmed Black man while ignoring the pillar that empowers us as a society — education.
Column: The Collapsing Case against Charter Schools
/6

Jul 10, 7:59 AM, National Review:

And yet the shenanigans that the public-school interests pull to try to stop charters are, incredibly enough, not a national scandal. Not that long ago, racial deed “covenants” kept homeowners in white neighborhoods from selling their >
Commentary: When private schools lose funding, low-income kids lose too
/6

Jul 10, 7:54 AM, The Hill:

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a wrecking ball into American education. The media has focused on the disruptive shift to remote learning, sometimes with uneven results. Largely ignored however, has been the story unfolding at inner-city, >
Opinion: The school reopening debate reveals that we don’t listen to teachers about schools
/6

Jul 10, 7:51 AMThe Washington Post:

The disregard of teachers’ shared professional expertise and practical knowledge is no accident. It reflects the way that, instead of treating teachers like other American professionals, society has long blamed them for the failings of >
Opinion: The Supreme Court’s dangerous precedent on religious freedom
/6

Jul 10, 7:49 AM, New York Daily News:

The purpose of public school education — one that is funded properly — is to provide equal access to opportunity and economic mobility to all children. And while private religious schools may create policies based on their religious >
Column: The U.S. Supreme Court has opened a door for Colorado to give low-income kids scholarships to private schools
/6

Jul 10, 7:47 AM, The Denver Post:

With Colorado’s Blaine Amendment on the ash heap of history, our state has a real opportunity to help poor and middle-class families who are struggling financially in these difficult economic times.

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Trump signs executive order as he courts Hispanic voters
/6

Jul 10, 8:08 AM, Associated Press:

The commission has broad marching orders to foster school choice efforts and promote public-private partnerships in Hispanic-American communities.
U.S. could redirect funds to schools that don't close during pandemic: DeVos
/6

Jul 10, 8:04 AM, Reuters:

The federal government could allow families to use education funding elsewhere if local public schools do not open during the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. education secretary said on Thursday, as the Trump administration sought to >
Black Lives Matter Supporters Must Also Contend With How Suppressing School Choice Hurts Students of Color
/6

Jul 10, 8:01 AM, The 74:

Don’t rage against the immediate, unnecessary execution and/or incarceration of an unarmed Black man while ignoring the pillar that empowers us as a society — education.
Column: The Collapsing Case against Charter Schools
/6

Jul 10, 7:59 AM, National Review:

And yet the shenanigans that the public-school interests pull to try to stop charters are, incredibly enough, not a national scandal. Not that long ago, racial deed “covenants” kept homeowners in white neighborhoods from selling their >
Commentary: When private schools lose funding, low-income kids lose too
/6

Jul 10, 7:54 AM, The Hill:

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a wrecking ball into American education. The media has focused on the disruptive shift to remote learning, sometimes with uneven results. Largely ignored however, has been the story unfolding at inner-city, >
Opinion: The school reopening debate reveals that we don’t listen to teachers about schools
/6

Jul 10, 7:51 AMThe Washington Post:

The disregard of teachers’ shared professional expertise and practical knowledge is no accident. It reflects the way that, instead of treating teachers like other American professionals, society has long blamed them for the failings of >
Opinion: The Supreme Court’s dangerous precedent on religious freedom
/6

Jul 10, 7:49 AM, New York Daily News:

The purpose of public school education — one that is funded properly — is to provide equal access to opportunity and economic mobility to all children. And while private religious schools may create policies based on their religious >
Column: The U.S. Supreme Court has opened a door for Colorado to give low-income kids scholarships to private schools
/6

Jul 10, 7:47 AM, The Denver Post:

With Colorado’s Blaine Amendment on the ash heap of history, our state has a real opportunity to help poor and middle-class families who are struggling financially in these difficult economic times.