Friday, October 19, 2018


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Opinion: Reality doesn’t support paying teachers more
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Oct 19, 7:33 AM, USA Today:

Inflation-adjusted wages for most workers, not just teachers, have barely budged in decades: Opposing view
Opinion: Pay teachers what America owes them — respect and higher salaries
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Oct 19, 7:32 AM, USA Today:

Teachers help today’s children become tomorrow’s leaders and engines of economic growth. Yet the average teacher makes $58,950 a year: Our view
Commentary: Design school buildings to support innovative learning
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Oct 19, 7:29 AM, Albany Times Union:

When we talk about the need to innovate in schools, the discussion is usually on teaching methods and technology. I would suggest an additional, complementary solution — the redesign of school buildings to accommodate the innovation that >
13 Million Good Jobs Available for Those With High School Diplomas
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Oct 18, 7:21 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

DESPITE THE PUSH AMONG policymakers to steer more people toward a four-year degree, a new report shows that 13 million jobs are still available for those with nothing more than a high school diploma.
ACT Scores Show Drop in College Readiness, Especially in Math
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Oct 17, 7:36 AM, Wall Street Journal:

A greater percentage of U.S. high-school graduates who took the ACT college-entrance exam aren’t ready for college-level coursework, with math readiness at a 14-year low.
Reality Check with Jeanne Allen Episode 40: Attorney, Author & Advocate Kevin P. Chavous
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Oct 16, 8:12 AM, National Review Online:

Kevin Chavous has run the gamut when it comes to advocating for expanded innovation in learning and furthering opportunities for families and children, having been an integral part of the success in initially bringing charter schools to >
Net College Costs Flat to Down After Years of Growth
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Oct 16, 8:11 AM, Wall Street Journal:

After increasing for decades, the real cost of attending both public and private college is flat and in some cases even declined this year, as colleges compete for fewer students by giving away more scholarships.
Perspective: How are America’s public schools really doing?
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Oct 16, 8:09 AM, Washington Post:

How are America’s public schools doing? The question is a fundamental component of any contemporary education policy discussion. Yet it is also notoriously difficult to answer. With nearly 100,000 schools spread across roughly 13,000 >

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Truxton Academy Charter School gets state approval
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Oct 19, 7:18 AM, The Cortland Voice:

A four-year effort to open a charter school in Cortland County has come to an end after the State University of New York Charter Schools Institute voted Thursday to grant a new charter for the creation of an elementary public charter >
CCSD trustees put underperforming charter schools on notice
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Oct 19, 7:13 AM, Las Vegas Review-Journal:

The Clark County School Board put three underperforming charter schools on notice Thursday night, recommending a reconstitution of the leadership in two schools and a remediation plan for a third.
Schuette, Whitmer aim early with plans to fix education
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Oct 19, 6:58 AM, The Detroit News:

Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette and Democrat Gretchen Whitmer’s plans to fix the state’s struggling education system begin with efforts to reach kids when they’re young.
Apprenticeships give students opportunity
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Oct 19, 6:52 AM, North Platte Telegraph:

On Thursday, representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor and Nebraska Department of Labor signed an agreement with the school district for the Youth Intermediary Registered Apprenticeship Program.
Career-tech charter school set to open in Caldwell next summer
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Oct 19, 6:32 AM, Idaho Press-Tribune:

A career-technical charter school for at-risk middle and high school students is set to open next year in Caldwell.
Success Academy calls out de Blasio for curbing school space
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Oct 19, 6:31 AM, New York Post:

Mayor Bill de Blasio has drastically curbed charter-school accommodations in city buildings, Success Academy officials said at a rally Thursday morning.
Teachers protest charter champ Betsy DeVos as Chicago schools plan strike votes
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Oct 19, 6:28 AM, Chicago Sun-Times:

The group booed President Donald Trump’s top education administrator and took aim at her support for charter schools, arguing money should instead be invested in traditional public school systems.
Newark Charter students create projects with real-life applications
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Oct 19, 6:25 AM, Newark Post:

Dual School connects students from schools like Newark Charter, William Penn, The Charter School of Wilmington, Cab Calloway, Concord High, Conrad Schools of Science and others. It also matches students with a mentor, who helps connect the >
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Truxton Academy Charter School gets state approval
/6

Oct 19, 7:18 AM, The Cortland Voice:

A four-year effort to open a charter school in Cortland County has come to an end after the State University of New York Charter Schools Institute voted Thursday to grant a new charter for the creation of an elementary public charter >
CCSD trustees put underperforming charter schools on notice
/6

Oct 19, 7:13 AM, Las Vegas Review-Journal:

The Clark County School Board put three underperforming charter schools on notice Thursday night, recommending a reconstitution of the leadership in two schools and a remediation plan for a third.
Career-tech charter school set to open in Caldwell next summer
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Oct 19, 6:32 AM, Idaho Press-Tribune:

A career-technical charter school for at-risk middle and high school students is set to open next year in Caldwell.
Success Academy calls out de Blasio for curbing school space
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Oct 19, 6:31 AM, New York Post:

Mayor Bill de Blasio has drastically curbed charter-school accommodations in city buildings, Success Academy officials said at a rally Thursday morning.
Teachers protest charter champ Betsy DeVos as Chicago schools plan strike votes
/6

Oct 19, 6:28 AM, Chicago Sun-Times:

The group booed President Donald Trump’s top education administrator and took aim at her support for charter schools, arguing money should instead be invested in traditional public school systems.
Newark Charter students create projects with real-life applications
/6

Oct 19, 6:25 AM, Newark Post:

Dual School connects students from schools like Newark Charter, William Penn, The Charter School of Wilmington, Cab Calloway, Concord High, Conrad Schools of Science and others. It also matches students with a mentor, who helps connect the >
Letter: Consider Virtual School for Bullied Kids
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Oct 19, 6:03 AM, The Daily Chronicle:

Since enrolling in Washington Virtual Academy, Omak, DawnRae’s grades have improved immensely. She is not focused on the social issues that once distracted her and she now spends her time studying and focusing on building a successful >
Bullis submits charter application for new Mountain View school
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Oct 19, 5:32 AM, Mountain View Voice:

Sticking with a fast-paced plan to provide an alternative public school for students in Mountain View, Bullis Charter School officials on Tueday submitted a charter application to open a campus within the Mountain View Whisman School >

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Opinion: Reality doesn’t support paying teachers more
/6

Oct 19, 7:33 AM, USA Today:

Inflation-adjusted wages for most workers, not just teachers, have barely budged in decades: Opposing view
Opinion: Pay teachers what America owes them — respect and higher salaries
/6

Oct 19, 7:32 AM, USA Today:

Teachers help today’s children become tomorrow’s leaders and engines of economic growth. Yet the average teacher makes $58,950 a year: Our view
Commentary: Design school buildings to support innovative learning
/6

Oct 19, 7:29 AM, Albany Times Union:

When we talk about the need to innovate in schools, the discussion is usually on teaching methods and technology. I would suggest an additional, complementary solution — the redesign of school buildings to accommodate the innovation that >
Truxton Academy Charter School gets state approval
/6

Oct 19, 7:18 AM, The Cortland Voice:

A four-year effort to open a charter school in Cortland County has come to an end after the State University of New York Charter Schools Institute voted Thursday to grant a new charter for the creation of an elementary public charter >
CCSD trustees put underperforming charter schools on notice
/6

Oct 19, 7:13 AM, Las Vegas Review-Journal:

The Clark County School Board put three underperforming charter schools on notice Thursday night, recommending a reconstitution of the leadership in two schools and a remediation plan for a third.
Schuette, Whitmer aim early with plans to fix education
/6

Oct 19, 6:58 AM, The Detroit News:

Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette and Democrat Gretchen Whitmer’s plans to fix the state’s struggling education system begin with efforts to reach kids when they’re young.
Apprenticeships give students opportunity
/6

Oct 19, 6:52 AM, North Platte Telegraph:

On Thursday, representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor and Nebraska Department of Labor signed an agreement with the school district for the Youth Intermediary Registered Apprenticeship Program.
Career-tech charter school set to open in Caldwell next summer
/6

Oct 19, 6:32 AM, Idaho Press-Tribune:

A career-technical charter school for at-risk middle and high school students is set to open next year in Caldwell.

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Opinion: Reality doesn’t support paying teachers more
/6

Oct 19, 7:33 AM, USA Today:

Inflation-adjusted wages for most workers, not just teachers, have barely budged in decades: Opposing view
Opinion: Pay teachers what America owes them — respect and higher salaries
/6

Oct 19, 7:32 AM, USA Today:

Teachers help today’s children become tomorrow’s leaders and engines of economic growth. Yet the average teacher makes $58,950 a year: Our view
Commentary: Design school buildings to support innovative learning
/6

Oct 19, 7:29 AM, Albany Times Union:

When we talk about the need to innovate in schools, the discussion is usually on teaching methods and technology. I would suggest an additional, complementary solution — the redesign of school buildings to accommodate the innovation that >
Truxton Academy Charter School gets state approval
/6

Oct 19, 7:18 AM, The Cortland Voice:

A four-year effort to open a charter school in Cortland County has come to an end after the State University of New York Charter Schools Institute voted Thursday to grant a new charter for the creation of an elementary public charter >
CCSD trustees put underperforming charter schools on notice
/6

Oct 19, 7:13 AM, Las Vegas Review-Journal:

The Clark County School Board put three underperforming charter schools on notice Thursday night, recommending a reconstitution of the leadership in two schools and a remediation plan for a third.
Schuette, Whitmer aim early with plans to fix education
/6

Oct 19, 6:58 AM, The Detroit News:

Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette and Democrat Gretchen Whitmer’s plans to fix the state’s struggling education system begin with efforts to reach kids when they’re young.
Apprenticeships give students opportunity
/6

Oct 19, 6:52 AM, North Platte Telegraph:

On Thursday, representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor and Nebraska Department of Labor signed an agreement with the school district for the Youth Intermediary Registered Apprenticeship Program.
Career-tech charter school set to open in Caldwell next summer
/6

Oct 19, 6:32 AM, Idaho Press-Tribune:

A career-technical charter school for at-risk middle and high school students is set to open next year in Caldwell.