Wednesday, April 24, 2019


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Teachers at a D.C. charter school are trying to unionize, in a rare move
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Apr 24, 7:11 AM, Washington Post:

Employees at a D.C. charter school are attempting to unionize, a rare move that would make the 115 teachers and staff members the biggest union of charter school workers to ever form in the District.
IPS hoped lawmakers would help them sell Broad Ripple. The final bill has a catch.
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Apr 24, 7:07 AM, Chalkbeat Indiana:

Legislation that aims to give districts more freedom to sell their unused schools would grant a charter school dibs to space in the former Broad Ripple High School — even if it is sold to a private developer.
Teachers teach. Coaches coach. In this SC high school, sports and grades hold equal value.
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Apr 24, 7:04 AM, Post and Courier:

It’s a far cry from the more traditional schedule his sister, Maddie Boylston, has at Wando High School just a few miles away. There, she’s on the volleyball team and is thriving in sports and in the classroom. “It’s a great school and >
Nashville public schools finds a new use for old Bailey Middle School building
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Apr 24, 7:00 AM, The Tennessean :

Nashville public schools found a quick use for the East Nashville Magnet Middle School building that will soon be vacated after it approved a lease with an East Nashville charter school.
Study: Initiative helps Detroit Promise students succeed
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Apr 24, 6:49 AM, The Detroit News:

Data released Wednesday showed that the support program, which includes a stipend and a campus coach, has improved student retention, full-time enrollment and credit accumulation, according to MDRC, a New York-based nonprofit education and >
‘Momentum’ building in Chicago Catholic schools despite enrollment losses
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Apr 24, 6:33 AM, Chicago Sun-Times:

A downward, decades-long trend in Chicago’s Catholic school enrollment continued this year — but at a slower pace that is sparking optimism in archdiocese leaders.
State education officials deny clearing Epic Charter Schools in investigation, despite school's new claims
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Apr 24, 6:31 AM, Tulsa World:

Epic Charter Schools on Tuesday issued a news release and social media posts for their teachers and parents declaring that a newly issued audit by state education officials proved they are in “full federal compliance” with requirements for >
Raimondo calls for ‘comprehensive’ state review of Providence school system
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Apr 24, 6:20 AM, The Providence Journal:

Gov. Gina Raimondo and Mayor Jorge Elorza on Tuesday called for a “deep dive” into the problems facing the Providence schools, starting with a 60-day review that will culminate with a June report on what needs to be done. The governor did >

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Minnesota graduation rates hit new record
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Apr 24, 7:32 AM, Star Tribune:

Minnesota’s overall high school graduation rate hit an all-time peak in 2018, as the state made some progress in narrowing the persistent graduation gap between students of color and white students.
Lawmakers Outline Hopes for New Education Reform Legislation, Charter Schools Could Resurface
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Apr 24, 7:26 AM, West Virginia Public Broadcasting:

A special session to address education in West Virginia is just around the corner, and lawmakers from the Eastern Panhandle are making plans to reintroduce controversial legislation next month.
California’s newest college will blend online and face-to-face job training
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Apr 24, 7:19 AM, EdSource:

"The mission is to help people who are underemployed get fully employed. And to use whatever technology and resources are required to make that mandate a reality,” said Hiles, who started in February as the college’s president and >
Teachers at a D.C. charter school are trying to unionize, in a rare move
/6

Apr 24, 7:11 AM, Washington Post:

Employees at a D.C. charter school are attempting to unionize, a rare move that would make the 115 teachers and staff members the biggest union of charter school workers to ever form in the District.
IPS hoped lawmakers would help them sell Broad Ripple. The final bill has a catch.
/6

Apr 24, 7:07 AM, Chalkbeat Indiana:

Legislation that aims to give districts more freedom to sell their unused schools would grant a charter school dibs to space in the former Broad Ripple High School — even if it is sold to a private developer.
Teachers teach. Coaches coach. In this SC high school, sports and grades hold equal value.
/6

Apr 24, 7:04 AM, Post and Courier:

It’s a far cry from the more traditional schedule his sister, Maddie Boylston, has at Wando High School just a few miles away. There, she’s on the volleyball team and is thriving in sports and in the classroom. “It’s a great school and >
Civil Rights Groups On Opposite Sides Of California Charter School Debate
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Apr 24, 7:02 AM, Jefferson Public Radio:

Two national civil rights organizations are at odds over a proposal in California to limit the number and increase oversight of charter schools.
Nashville public schools finds a new use for old Bailey Middle School building
/6

Apr 24, 7:00 AM, The Tennessean :

Nashville public schools found a quick use for the East Nashville Magnet Middle School building that will soon be vacated after it approved a lease with an East Nashville charter school.
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Teachers at a D.C. charter school are trying to unionize, in a rare move
/6

Apr 24, 7:11 AM, Washington Post:

Employees at a D.C. charter school are attempting to unionize, a rare move that would make the 115 teachers and staff members the biggest union of charter school workers to ever form in the District.
IPS hoped lawmakers would help them sell Broad Ripple. The final bill has a catch.
/6

Apr 24, 7:07 AM, Chalkbeat Indiana:

Legislation that aims to give districts more freedom to sell their unused schools would grant a charter school dibs to space in the former Broad Ripple High School — even if it is sold to a private developer.
Teachers teach. Coaches coach. In this SC high school, sports and grades hold equal value.
/6

Apr 24, 7:04 AM, Post and Courier:

It’s a far cry from the more traditional schedule his sister, Maddie Boylston, has at Wando High School just a few miles away. There, she’s on the volleyball team and is thriving in sports and in the classroom. “It’s a great school and >
Nashville public schools finds a new use for old Bailey Middle School building
/6

Apr 24, 7:00 AM, The Tennessean :

Nashville public schools found a quick use for the East Nashville Magnet Middle School building that will soon be vacated after it approved a lease with an East Nashville charter school.
Study: Initiative helps Detroit Promise students succeed
/6

Apr 24, 6:49 AM, The Detroit News:

Data released Wednesday showed that the support program, which includes a stipend and a campus coach, has improved student retention, full-time enrollment and credit accumulation, according to MDRC, a New York-based nonprofit education and >
‘Momentum’ building in Chicago Catholic schools despite enrollment losses
/6

Apr 24, 6:33 AM, Chicago Sun-Times:

A downward, decades-long trend in Chicago’s Catholic school enrollment continued this year — but at a slower pace that is sparking optimism in archdiocese leaders.
State education officials deny clearing Epic Charter Schools in investigation, despite school's new claims
/6

Apr 24, 6:31 AM, Tulsa World:

Epic Charter Schools on Tuesday issued a news release and social media posts for their teachers and parents declaring that a newly issued audit by state education officials proved they are in “full federal compliance” with requirements for >
Raimondo calls for ‘comprehensive’ state review of Providence school system
/6

Apr 24, 6:20 AM, The Providence Journal:

Gov. Gina Raimondo and Mayor Jorge Elorza on Tuesday called for a “deep dive” into the problems facing the Providence schools, starting with a 60-day review that will culminate with a June report on what needs to be done. The governor did >

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Editorial: Elizabeth Warren has the wrong answer to America’s student debt problem
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Apr 24, 7:42 AMWashington Post:

TRAILING IN the polls, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is running ahead of the Democratic presidential pack in terms of policy specifics. We hope other candidates will emulate her willingness to lay out an agenda. Alas, her latest big idea >
Can Opportunity Zone Tax Breaks Be a Boon for Charter Schools?
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Apr 24, 7:41 AM, CityLab:

The charter school movement is eyeing the tax incentives in the federal Opportunity Zone program to help fund school construction.
Letters: What Your College Isn’t Teaching
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Apr 24, 7:39 AM, Wall Street Journal:

College promised even more: “critical thinking.” But that’s simply a buzzword. In reality, many students go to class to get degrees, find good jobs, and live comfortable lives. Education, however, is supposed to make us >
First-generation college graduates lack the affluent’s connections to find their first jobs
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Apr 24, 7:34 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

In the wake of the college admissions scandal that revealed how some rich parents cheated to get their kids into school, there’s been a focus on how affluent families use their advantages to educate their children. What gets little notice, >
Minnesota graduation rates hit new record
/6

Apr 24, 7:32 AM, Star Tribune:

Minnesota’s overall high school graduation rate hit an all-time peak in 2018, as the state made some progress in narrowing the persistent graduation gap between students of color and white students.
Lawmakers Outline Hopes for New Education Reform Legislation, Charter Schools Could Resurface
/6

Apr 24, 7:26 AM, West Virginia Public Broadcasting:

A special session to address education in West Virginia is just around the corner, and lawmakers from the Eastern Panhandle are making plans to reintroduce controversial legislation next month.
California’s newest college will blend online and face-to-face job training
/6

Apr 24, 7:19 AM, EdSource:

"The mission is to help people who are underemployed get fully employed. And to use whatever technology and resources are required to make that mandate a reality,” said Hiles, who started in February as the college’s president and >
Teachers at a D.C. charter school are trying to unionize, in a rare move
/6

Apr 24, 7:11 AM, Washington Post:

Employees at a D.C. charter school are attempting to unionize, a rare move that would make the 115 teachers and staff members the biggest union of charter school workers to ever form in the District.

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Editorial: Elizabeth Warren has the wrong answer to America’s student debt problem
/6

Apr 24, 7:42 AMWashington Post:

TRAILING IN the polls, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is running ahead of the Democratic presidential pack in terms of policy specifics. We hope other candidates will emulate her willingness to lay out an agenda. Alas, her latest big idea >
Can Opportunity Zone Tax Breaks Be a Boon for Charter Schools?
/6

Apr 24, 7:41 AM, CityLab:

The charter school movement is eyeing the tax incentives in the federal Opportunity Zone program to help fund school construction.
Letters: What Your College Isn’t Teaching
/6

Apr 24, 7:39 AM, Wall Street Journal:

College promised even more: “critical thinking.” But that’s simply a buzzword. In reality, many students go to class to get degrees, find good jobs, and live comfortable lives. Education, however, is supposed to make us >
First-generation college graduates lack the affluent’s connections to find their first jobs
/6

Apr 24, 7:34 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

In the wake of the college admissions scandal that revealed how some rich parents cheated to get their kids into school, there’s been a focus on how affluent families use their advantages to educate their children. What gets little notice, >
Minnesota graduation rates hit new record
/6

Apr 24, 7:32 AM, Star Tribune:

Minnesota’s overall high school graduation rate hit an all-time peak in 2018, as the state made some progress in narrowing the persistent graduation gap between students of color and white students.
Lawmakers Outline Hopes for New Education Reform Legislation, Charter Schools Could Resurface
/6

Apr 24, 7:26 AM, West Virginia Public Broadcasting:

A special session to address education in West Virginia is just around the corner, and lawmakers from the Eastern Panhandle are making plans to reintroduce controversial legislation next month.
California’s newest college will blend online and face-to-face job training
/6

Apr 24, 7:19 AM, EdSource:

"The mission is to help people who are underemployed get fully employed. And to use whatever technology and resources are required to make that mandate a reality,” said Hiles, who started in February as the college’s president and >
Teachers at a D.C. charter school are trying to unionize, in a rare move
/6

Apr 24, 7:11 AM, Washington Post:

Employees at a D.C. charter school are attempting to unionize, a rare move that would make the 115 teachers and staff members the biggest union of charter school workers to ever form in the District.