Monday, September 16, 2019


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Commentary: Democrats love school choice, except when they're running for president
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Sep 16, 7:53 AM, Washington Examiner:

What do three of the Democratic presidential candidates all have in common? They were all once fervent supporters of school choice.
What We Should Ask About Charter Schools
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Sep 16, 7:52 AM, Forbes:

Charter schools are contentious. Most people sort themselves into one of two camps — fierce proponents or fierce opponents. Teachers, both in and out of charters, sort themselves as well, although less fiercely than the general public. >
How we have failed our teachers
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Sep 16, 7:49 AM, CBS News:

Nationwide about 1 in 5 teachers (or 18%) have a second job during the academic year, which is not so surprising when you consider that, since 1996, inflation-adjusted pay for a public school teacher has actually fallen by 1.7%. The >
Opinion: Charter schools point to new ways of racially integrating public schools
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Sep 16, 7:46 AM, Washington Examiner:

The racial integration or segregation of K-12 schools is again a debate topic in education circles. Today’s controversy has a new twist: casting charter schools (independently operated public schools of choice) as the main antagonist to >
Opinion: Religious Crusaders at the Supreme Court’s Gates
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Sep 16, 7:45 AM, New York Times:

Sooner than I expected, that time has arrived. In late June, a week after issuing the decision in the cross case, the court placed another important religion case, this one ostensibly concerning the channeling of public money to religious >
College is not just for young students | Opinion
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Sep 16, 7:44 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

As college students across the country return to classrooms for another school year, the images most often associated with back-to-school include the traditional college-age students between the ages of 18 and 21. But the reality is that >
Democratic candidates debate fixes for U.S. education
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Sep 13, 8:33 AM, PBS:

Democratic presidential contender Andrew Yang says he supports a mix of options, including charter schools, in trying to fix the nation’s education system.
The Words Missing from a New York Times Essay about Religious Liberty
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Sep 13, 8:29 AM, National Review:

Linda Greenhouse omits the anti-Catholic bias at the heart of a new case before the Court. The headline is jolting. “Religious Crusaders at the Supreme Court’s Gates.” Thus starts Linda Greenhouse’s analysis of the actual and potential >

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The most needed (and opposed) education legislation (CER in the news)
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Sep 16, 7:54 AM, Frederick News Post:

Maryland has always lagged behind when it comes to school choice, and so far this year our elected officials in Frederick County haven’t proposed needed changes in our charter school and private school laws.
Providence teachers push back against harsh report on schools
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Sep 16, 7:35 AM, Providence Journal:

Providence teachers describe a climate of negativity, an air of uncertainty and a culture of blame hovering over their district since the release of a report by the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy this summer on the state of >
As school ratings show some statewide gains, education officials call for more sharing of best practices
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Sep 16, 7:21 AM, Nevada Independent:

More than half of Nevada schools are meeting or exceeding performance standards, according to data released late Sunday by the Nevada Department of Education.
What has changed for e-schools since the ECOT fallout?
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Sep 16, 7:19 AM, Toledo Blade:

Lexus Wills, 19, of Newark, Ohio, has nothing negative to say about her online alma mater. She loved the virtual charter school, the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, for the flexibility it afforded her and had enrolled because of ongoing >
As Chicago teacher contract issues remain unsettled, CPS and CTU ramp up rhetoric looking for a deal
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Sep 16, 7:17 AM, Chicago Tribune:

Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s top negotiator has sent the Chicago Teachers Union a letter accusing the group of not responding to key proposals and asking that they reach a deal in the next two weeks.
For one Newark charter school not in session, the clock is ticking
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Sep 16, 7:14 AM, NJTV:

The struggling charter failed to open on time for the 2019-2020 school year, and now its students are being bussed out to various community centers throughout the state. While the school is asking for parents’ patience and understanding as >
Detroit students leave the city for suburban schools that aren’t much better
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Sep 16, 7:12 AM, Detroit Free Press:

Detroit students who leave the city to get an education end up enrolled at schools with slightly higher test scores. But that may not be enough of an advantage given some other negative factors associated with that move.
Florida Charter Schools Get Mixed Marks for Success
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Sep 16, 7:10 AM, WUSF:

Nearly 300,000 students attend charter schools in Florida. Charters are taxpayer funded, privately run and are changing the state’s public education system.
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Providence teachers push back against harsh report on schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:35 AM, Providence Journal:

Providence teachers describe a climate of negativity, an air of uncertainty and a culture of blame hovering over their district since the release of a report by the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy this summer on the state of >
As Chicago teacher contract issues remain unsettled, CPS and CTU ramp up rhetoric looking for a deal
/6

Sep 16, 7:17 AM, Chicago Tribune:

Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s top negotiator has sent the Chicago Teachers Union a letter accusing the group of not responding to key proposals and asking that they reach a deal in the next two weeks.
For one Newark charter school not in session, the clock is ticking
/6

Sep 16, 7:14 AM, NJTV:

The struggling charter failed to open on time for the 2019-2020 school year, and now its students are being bussed out to various community centers throughout the state. While the school is asking for parents’ patience and understanding as >
Detroit students leave the city for suburban schools that aren’t much better
/6

Sep 16, 7:12 AM, Detroit Free Press:

Detroit students who leave the city to get an education end up enrolled at schools with slightly higher test scores. But that may not be enough of an advantage given some other negative factors associated with that move.
iLearn Academy pushes education beyond classroom
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Sep 16, 7:05 AM, The Guam Daily Post:

Established in 2015 in Dededo, the iLearn Academy Charter School is growing rapidly and expanding on the standard curriculum in conventional public schools. And according to current testing assessments, it is succeeding in its focus on >
Dehesa School District drafts new charter school oversight guidelines
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Sep 16, 6:58 AM, San Diego Tribune:

After taking in millions of dollars in charter school oversight fees over the years, the Board of Trustees for the tiny Dehesa School District met Thursday to discuss the proper way to handle their watchdog role.
Austin-area high schools hit record college readiness rate
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Sep 16, 6:41 AM, Austin American-Statesman:

Austin-area school districts graduated the most college-ready seniors of any cohort in the past five years, preliminary data for the class of 2019 show.
Editorial: Look for the union label
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Sep 16, 6:07 AM, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

The Little Rock teachers' union has a good proposal with which we agree: If a school's letter grade (in this case, a D or an F) has not improved over three consecutive years, the principal should be removed and not allowed to be a >

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The most needed (and opposed) education legislation (CER in the news)
/6

Sep 16, 7:54 AM, Frederick News Post:

Maryland has always lagged behind when it comes to school choice, and so far this year our elected officials in Frederick County haven’t proposed needed changes in our charter school and private school laws.
Commentary: Democrats love school choice, except when they're running for president
/6

Sep 16, 7:53 AM, Washington Examiner:

What do three of the Democratic presidential candidates all have in common? They were all once fervent supporters of school choice.
What We Should Ask About Charter Schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:52 AM, Forbes:

Charter schools are contentious. Most people sort themselves into one of two camps — fierce proponents or fierce opponents. Teachers, both in and out of charters, sort themselves as well, although less fiercely than the general public. >
How we have failed our teachers
/6

Sep 16, 7:49 AM, CBS News:

Nationwide about 1 in 5 teachers (or 18%) have a second job during the academic year, which is not so surprising when you consider that, since 1996, inflation-adjusted pay for a public school teacher has actually fallen by 1.7%. The >
Opinion: Charter schools point to new ways of racially integrating public schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:46 AM, Washington Examiner:

The racial integration or segregation of K-12 schools is again a debate topic in education circles. Today’s controversy has a new twist: casting charter schools (independently operated public schools of choice) as the main antagonist to >
Opinion: Religious Crusaders at the Supreme Court’s Gates
/6

Sep 16, 7:45 AM, New York Times:

Sooner than I expected, that time has arrived. In late June, a week after issuing the decision in the cross case, the court placed another important religion case, this one ostensibly concerning the channeling of public money to religious >
College is not just for young students | Opinion
/6

Sep 16, 7:44 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

As college students across the country return to classrooms for another school year, the images most often associated with back-to-school include the traditional college-age students between the ages of 18 and 21. But the reality is that >
Providence teachers push back against harsh report on schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:35 AM, Providence Journal:

Providence teachers describe a climate of negativity, an air of uncertainty and a culture of blame hovering over their district since the release of a report by the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy this summer on the state of >

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The most needed (and opposed) education legislation (CER in the news)
/6

Sep 16, 7:54 AM, Frederick News Post:

Maryland has always lagged behind when it comes to school choice, and so far this year our elected officials in Frederick County haven’t proposed needed changes in our charter school and private school laws.
Commentary: Democrats love school choice, except when they're running for president
/6

Sep 16, 7:53 AM, Washington Examiner:

What do three of the Democratic presidential candidates all have in common? They were all once fervent supporters of school choice.
What We Should Ask About Charter Schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:52 AM, Forbes:

Charter schools are contentious. Most people sort themselves into one of two camps — fierce proponents or fierce opponents. Teachers, both in and out of charters, sort themselves as well, although less fiercely than the general public. >
How we have failed our teachers
/6

Sep 16, 7:49 AM, CBS News:

Nationwide about 1 in 5 teachers (or 18%) have a second job during the academic year, which is not so surprising when you consider that, since 1996, inflation-adjusted pay for a public school teacher has actually fallen by 1.7%. The >
Opinion: Charter schools point to new ways of racially integrating public schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:46 AM, Washington Examiner:

The racial integration or segregation of K-12 schools is again a debate topic in education circles. Today’s controversy has a new twist: casting charter schools (independently operated public schools of choice) as the main antagonist to >
Opinion: Religious Crusaders at the Supreme Court’s Gates
/6

Sep 16, 7:45 AM, New York Times:

Sooner than I expected, that time has arrived. In late June, a week after issuing the decision in the cross case, the court placed another important religion case, this one ostensibly concerning the channeling of public money to religious >
College is not just for young students | Opinion
/6

Sep 16, 7:44 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

As college students across the country return to classrooms for another school year, the images most often associated with back-to-school include the traditional college-age students between the ages of 18 and 21. But the reality is that >
Providence teachers push back against harsh report on schools
/6

Sep 16, 7:35 AM, Providence Journal:

Providence teachers describe a climate of negativity, an air of uncertainty and a culture of blame hovering over their district since the release of a report by the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy this summer on the state of >