Wednesday, June 19, 2019


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Saddled with big student loans? These companies help employees pay off school debt.
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Jun 19, 7:21 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

Would millennials want to work for a company that helped pay off their student loans? For plenty of college grads with heavy debt loads, the answer is a resounding “yes.
Op Ed: Recognizing Donald Hense
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Jun 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Informer:

The African American community’s fight for quality education is a 12-months-a-year struggle, and every month — not just Black History Month — is a great time to reflect on what’s working and who is successful in fighting for quality public >
The Precarious Position of the Charter School Sector
/6

Jun 18, 7:38 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

Charter schools are facing similar obstacles in states across the country: Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's new mayor, has pledged to enact a moratorium on new charters, while a state report authored by California's Department of Education in the >
A Way for High-School Students to Boost Their GPAs: Take Classes at Other High Schools
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Jun 18, 7:36 AM, Wall Street Journal:

The pitch to high-school students and their parents is simple: Take that tough class at an online or alternative school, while remaining enrolled full-time elsewhere, and boost your grade-point average. Such schools are finding a lucrative >
Strikes, pay raises & charter protests: America's teachers' exhausting, exhilarating year
/6

Jun 18, 7:35 AM, USA Today:

America's educators have survived a rollicking year in the public spotlight — and no slowdown is in sight. In the last 18 months, we've seen teachers striking for higher pay, teachers running for political office, teachers protesting >
Commentary: 3 Education Questions For The 2020 Candidates
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Jun 17, 6:40 AMWBUR:

Every presidential election famously hinges, to some degree, on “the economy, stupid.” But the political skies have been alight with warning flares that education, mainly the province of the states, could be unusually consequential in next >
Opinion: 3 Education Questions For The 2020 Candidates
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Jun 17, 6:38 AM, Washington Examiner:

Even before the 2020 Democratic debates have begun, we’re already starting to get a sense of who the top candidates are. Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Sen. Elizabeth Warren, >
‘They all kind of live through me’: What it means to be first in your family to go to college
/6

Jun 17, 6:36 AM, Washington Post:

The 18-year-old had always envisioned college as part of her life, cheered along by family members who encouraged her to pursue opportunities that were beyond their reach. But when it came time to apply to college, overwhelmed by the glut >

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Letter: Charter schools need space, too
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Jun 19, 6:58 AM, Washington Post:

In the June 17 editorial “Punishing at-risk students,” the District’s Deputy Mayor for Education Paul Kihn claimed the District bent over backward to help AppleTree find a location for our Tier 1 charter preschool and called us >
Columbus school board hires Michigan firm to prepare plans in event of teachers strike
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Jun 19, 6:47 AM, The Columbus Dispatch:

The Columbus Board of Education unanimously agreed Tuesday to hire a staffing firm to prepare for the possibility of a teachers strike, and union members and supporters wasted no time in making their opposition known.
Erie Rise, Wiley charter at different points
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Jun 19, 6:42 AM, Echo-Pilot:

Erie School Board will scrutinize Erie Rise’s performance on the same night it will vote on Wiley school’s expansion.
Jacques: Charter school grants safe for now, but future less certain
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Jun 19, 6:37 AM, The Detroit News:

The Michigan Department of Education on Thursday awarded grants to four Detroit-area charter schools, despite efforts by the State Board of Education to delay the process last month.
Democrats for Education Reform won’t deploy money in the Denver school board race
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Jun 19, 6:32 AM, Chalkbeat Colorado:

A group that spent more than $400,000 two years ago to elect candidates who would maintain Denver’s specific brand of education reform won’t be participating in this year’s school board elections, the group’s director >
Should charter schools get property tax money? Mississippi Supreme Court hears arguments
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Jun 19, 6:29 AM, Mississippi Clarion Ledger:

The state Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday morning about whether it’s constitutional to require local communities to help fund charter schools with property taxes.
New Vision school taking shape in east Loveland
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Jun 19, 6:26 AM, Loveland Reporter-Herald:

New Vision opened in 2006 in a building adjacent to the Boys & Girls Club on east First Street and grew steadily over its first 12 years in session. In September, when the new school broke ground, the charter school was at capacity with >
Douglas County board, STEM School to continue contract talks amid parents’ protest
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Jun 19, 6:15 AM, The Denver Post:

The Douglas County School District board tabled a plan to extend STEM School Highlands Ranch’s contract by one year, in the hope the district and school can reach an agreement in the next six days.
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Saddled with big student loans? These companies help employees pay off school debt.
/6

Jun 19, 7:21 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

Would millennials want to work for a company that helped pay off their student loans? For plenty of college grads with heavy debt loads, the answer is a resounding “yes.
Letter: Charter schools need space, too
/6

Jun 19, 6:58 AM, Washington Post:

In the June 17 editorial “Punishing at-risk students,” the District’s Deputy Mayor for Education Paul Kihn claimed the District bent over backward to help AppleTree find a location for our Tier 1 charter preschool and called us >
Columbus school board hires Michigan firm to prepare plans in event of teachers strike
/6

Jun 19, 6:47 AM, The Columbus Dispatch:

The Columbus Board of Education unanimously agreed Tuesday to hire a staffing firm to prepare for the possibility of a teachers strike, and union members and supporters wasted no time in making their opposition known.
Erie Rise, Wiley charter at different points
/6

Jun 19, 6:42 AM, Echo-Pilot:

Erie School Board will scrutinize Erie Rise’s performance on the same night it will vote on Wiley school’s expansion.
Jacques: Charter school grants safe for now, but future less certain
/6

Jun 19, 6:37 AM, The Detroit News:

The Michigan Department of Education on Thursday awarded grants to four Detroit-area charter schools, despite efforts by the State Board of Education to delay the process last month.
Democrats for Education Reform won’t deploy money in the Denver school board race
/6

Jun 19, 6:32 AM, Chalkbeat Colorado:

A group that spent more than $400,000 two years ago to elect candidates who would maintain Denver’s specific brand of education reform won’t be participating in this year’s school board elections, the group’s director >
Should charter schools get property tax money? Mississippi Supreme Court hears arguments
/6

Jun 19, 6:29 AM, Mississippi Clarion Ledger:

The state Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday morning about whether it’s constitutional to require local communities to help fund charter schools with property taxes.
New Vision school taking shape in east Loveland
/6

Jun 19, 6:26 AM, Loveland Reporter-Herald:

New Vision opened in 2006 in a building adjacent to the Boys & Girls Club on east First Street and grew steadily over its first 12 years in session. In September, when the new school broke ground, the charter school was at capacity with >

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Saddled with big student loans? These companies help employees pay off school debt.
/6

Jun 19, 7:21 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

Would millennials want to work for a company that helped pay off their student loans? For plenty of college grads with heavy debt loads, the answer is a resounding “yes.
Op Ed: Recognizing Donald Hense
/6

Jun 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Informer:

The African American community’s fight for quality education is a 12-months-a-year struggle, and every month — not just Black History Month — is a great time to reflect on what’s working and who is successful in fighting for quality public >
The Precarious Position of the Charter School Sector
/6

Jun 18, 7:38 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

Charter schools are facing similar obstacles in states across the country: Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's new mayor, has pledged to enact a moratorium on new charters, while a state report authored by California's Department of Education in the >
A Way for High-School Students to Boost Their GPAs: Take Classes at Other High Schools
/6

Jun 18, 7:36 AM, Wall Street Journal:

The pitch to high-school students and their parents is simple: Take that tough class at an online or alternative school, while remaining enrolled full-time elsewhere, and boost your grade-point average. Such schools are finding a lucrative >
Strikes, pay raises & charter protests: America's teachers' exhausting, exhilarating year
/6

Jun 18, 7:35 AM, USA Today:

America's educators have survived a rollicking year in the public spotlight — and no slowdown is in sight. In the last 18 months, we've seen teachers striking for higher pay, teachers running for political office, teachers protesting >
Commentary: 3 Education Questions For The 2020 Candidates
/6

Jun 17, 6:40 AMWBUR:

Every presidential election famously hinges, to some degree, on “the economy, stupid.” But the political skies have been alight with warning flares that education, mainly the province of the states, could be unusually consequential in next >
Opinion: 3 Education Questions For The 2020 Candidates
/6

Jun 17, 6:38 AM, Washington Examiner:

Even before the 2020 Democratic debates have begun, we’re already starting to get a sense of who the top candidates are. Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Sen. Elizabeth Warren, >
‘They all kind of live through me’: What it means to be first in your family to go to college
/6

Jun 17, 6:36 AM, Washington Post:

The 18-year-old had always envisioned college as part of her life, cheered along by family members who encouraged her to pursue opportunities that were beyond their reach. But when it came time to apply to college, overwhelmed by the glut >

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Saddled with big student loans? These companies help employees pay off school debt.
/6

Jun 19, 7:21 AM, Philadelphia Inquirer:

Would millennials want to work for a company that helped pay off their student loans? For plenty of college grads with heavy debt loads, the answer is a resounding “yes.
Op Ed: Recognizing Donald Hense
/6

Jun 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Informer:

The African American community’s fight for quality education is a 12-months-a-year struggle, and every month — not just Black History Month — is a great time to reflect on what’s working and who is successful in fighting for quality public >
The Precarious Position of the Charter School Sector
/6

Jun 18, 7:38 AM, U.S. News & World Report:

Charter schools are facing similar obstacles in states across the country: Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's new mayor, has pledged to enact a moratorium on new charters, while a state report authored by California's Department of Education in the >
A Way for High-School Students to Boost Their GPAs: Take Classes at Other High Schools
/6

Jun 18, 7:36 AM, Wall Street Journal:

The pitch to high-school students and their parents is simple: Take that tough class at an online or alternative school, while remaining enrolled full-time elsewhere, and boost your grade-point average. Such schools are finding a lucrative >
Strikes, pay raises & charter protests: America's teachers' exhausting, exhilarating year
/6

Jun 18, 7:35 AM, USA Today:

America's educators have survived a rollicking year in the public spotlight — and no slowdown is in sight. In the last 18 months, we've seen teachers striking for higher pay, teachers running for political office, teachers protesting >
Commentary: 3 Education Questions For The 2020 Candidates
/6

Jun 17, 6:40 AMWBUR:

Every presidential election famously hinges, to some degree, on “the economy, stupid.” But the political skies have been alight with warning flares that education, mainly the province of the states, could be unusually consequential in next >
Opinion: 3 Education Questions For The 2020 Candidates
/6

Jun 17, 6:38 AM, Washington Examiner:

Even before the 2020 Democratic debates have begun, we’re already starting to get a sense of who the top candidates are. Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Sen. Elizabeth Warren, >
‘They all kind of live through me’: What it means to be first in your family to go to college
/6

Jun 17, 6:36 AM, Washington Post:

The 18-year-old had always envisioned college as part of her life, cheered along by family members who encouraged her to pursue opportunities that were beyond their reach. But when it came time to apply to college, overwhelmed by the glut >