Tuesday, July 16, 2019


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Op-Ed: Why aren’t the Democratic candidates talking about school reform?
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Jul 15, 7:53 AM, Baltimore Sun:

The dog that didn’t bark in the Democratic presidential primary debates was the national crisis in our public schools. The candidates did lots of yelping (much of it thoughtful) on a variety of other looming calamities: economic >
School principals, not formulas, should decide how to spend education dollars
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Jul 15, 7:51 AM, The Hill:

A recent trend in public education spending is positive for educators: revenues are on the rise as states such as Texas, Arizona and West Virginia inject new money into school districts. While many schools will receive additional resources >
Online education has changed higher-ed landscape, UND professor says
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Jul 15, 7:50 AM, Grand Fork Herald:

Online education has changed the landscape of higher education, Holm said. Schools like Arizona State University, Purdue, Penn State and Southern New Hampshire University have seemingly taken over the online higher education world by >
American Federation of Teachers sues Betsy DeVos over public service loan forgiveness program
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Jul 12, 7:53 AM, Washington Post:

The American Federation of Teachers, one of the country’s biggest teachers unions, sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday alleging gross mismanagement of a loan forgiveness program for public servants.
Editorial: The easiest choice
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Jul 12, 7:50 AM, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

Eventually, we've got to stop throwing money into a black hole and get smarter about what education policy works and what doesn't. Charter schools need to be a bigger part of the equation. We need more free market ingenuity brought to our >
Opinion: It Was Never About Busing
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Jul 12, 7:45 AM, New York Times:

And despite the constant assertion that “busing” failed, busing as a tool of desegregation, and court-ordered desegregation in general, was extraordinarily successful in the South.
LBI Native’s New Book an Insider’s Account of Charter Schools, From Idea to National Movement
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Jul 11, 7:30 AM, The Sand Paper:

Tantillo presents readers with the story of how and why she became intrigued by the idea of charter schools, which partly hinges on her identity as “a bit of a policy geek.
Opinion: The Department Of Education Is Not A National School Board
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Jul 11, 7:26 AM, National Review:

Last week, Joe Biden joined the bandwagon of Democrats (started by Elizabeth Warren this year) promising to name a public-school teacher to be Secretary of Education if he wins the presidency. It’s an easy commitment to make in front of a >

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The District’s public school system faces $23 million deficit, drawing criticism
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Jul 15, 7:40 AM, Washington Post:

The District’s public school system is facing a $23 million deficit, drawing criticism from city lawmakers and from the D.C. auditor, who described the shortfall as a “red flag” that suggests a lack of internal controls.
Opinion: Give our youth the support they need to grasp the rewards of a postsecondary education
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Jul 15, 7:28 AM, The Seattle Times:

Our region’s rapidly changing and vibrantly growing economy requires education beyond high school. Whether a college degree or a career credential, postsecondary education and professional training is necessary to secure a living wage job >
Alabama-based Apprenticeship Readiness Program graduates first students
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Jul 15, 7:24 AM, Alabama NewsCenter:

Hard work pays off. That was a lesson learned by participants of the Central Alabama Building Trades’ Apprenticeship Readiness Program (ARP) hosted by Jefferson State Community College. The first Alabama-based ARP program had a 92% >
Transition to College: Porter summer graduates complete SASS readiness program
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Jul 15, 7:23 AM, Brownsville Herald:

Twenty-three summer graduates of Porter Early College High School will graduate next month with their college entrance paperwork complete, registered for classes at Texas Southmost College and with their first undergraduate course in the >
Not many students, but abundant opportunity at remote, rural school
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Jul 15, 7:16 AM, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel:

Gateway is the most remote school in District 51, located halfway between Grand Junction and Naturita along Colorado Highway 141 in Unaweep Canyon. Nestled between West Creek and the soaring red rock Palisade butte, it's 50 miles and an >
Opinion: Falling birth rates and charter schools are threats to public school funding
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Jul 15, 7:09 AM, Daily Pilot:

School districts’ financial and structural planning can often seem mysterious to outsiders. As administrators grapple with significant demographic and policy changes, we should at least be aware of the forces at play, which promise to have >
ISJ Editorial: Charter school commission, state’s leaders must address audio recording controversy
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Jul 15, 6:59 AM, Idaho State Journal:

The standoff between several of the state’s charter schools and the state commission that oversees them has escalated to the point that now the Idaho Attorney General’s Office is involved.
Charter schools have higher standards
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Jul 15, 6:56 AM, Savannah Morning News:

If Kwanza Gardner’s daughter attended an attendance-zone school for sixth grade, she probably wouldn’t be in remedial summer school worrying about whether she’ll be promoted to seventh grade at the end of the session.
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Opinion: Give our youth the support they need to grasp the rewards of a postsecondary education
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Jul 15, 7:28 AM, The Seattle Times:

Our region’s rapidly changing and vibrantly growing economy requires education beyond high school. Whether a college degree or a career credential, postsecondary education and professional training is necessary to secure a living wage job >
Transition to College: Porter summer graduates complete SASS readiness program
/6

Jul 15, 7:23 AM, Brownsville Herald:

Twenty-three summer graduates of Porter Early College High School will graduate next month with their college entrance paperwork complete, registered for classes at Texas Southmost College and with their first undergraduate course in the >
Not many students, but abundant opportunity at remote, rural school
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Jul 15, 7:16 AM, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel:

Gateway is the most remote school in District 51, located halfway between Grand Junction and Naturita along Colorado Highway 141 in Unaweep Canyon. Nestled between West Creek and the soaring red rock Palisade butte, it's 50 miles and an >
Charter schools have higher standards
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Jul 15, 6:56 AM, Savannah Morning News:

If Kwanza Gardner’s daughter attended an attendance-zone school for sixth grade, she probably wouldn’t be in remedial summer school worrying about whether she’ll be promoted to seventh grade at the end of the session.
School’s out for summer, or is it?
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Jul 15, 6:53 AM, Savannah Morning News:

"The middle-school learner is really one of the most challenging groups we work with,” said Barry Lollis, director of Savannah Classical Academy, a charter school in Savannah-Chatham County Public School System. “About half of students in >
New charter school set to open in Fort Collins to help students with dyslexia
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Jul 15, 6:50 AM, The Coloradoan:

Pinecrest is set to be a STEAM school, Kifer said, which will include emphasis on science, engineering, math and the arts. There are plenty of STEM schools in the area, Kifer said, but she sees Pinecrest as a school that will have a heavy >
Readers React: Put charter school funding misconceptions to rest
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Jul 15, 6:44 AM, The Morning Call:

The recent Town Square op-ed by Ana Meyers concerning charter schools perpetuated several myths about school funding. The first myth is that public school districts are funded on a per pupil basis, which they are not.
Opinion: De Blasio should stop bashing charters — one delivered for my special-needs son
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Jul 15, 5:32 AM, New York Post:

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s “hatred” of charter schools made headlines this week. One of his claims for this hatred is that traditional public schools are superior because they “take all kids of all needs” and charters >

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Op-Ed: Why aren’t the Democratic candidates talking about school reform?
/6

Jul 15, 7:53 AM, Baltimore Sun:

The dog that didn’t bark in the Democratic presidential primary debates was the national crisis in our public schools. The candidates did lots of yelping (much of it thoughtful) on a variety of other looming calamities: economic >
School principals, not formulas, should decide how to spend education dollars
/6

Jul 15, 7:51 AM, The Hill:

A recent trend in public education spending is positive for educators: revenues are on the rise as states such as Texas, Arizona and West Virginia inject new money into school districts. While many schools will receive additional resources >
Online education has changed higher-ed landscape, UND professor says
/6

Jul 15, 7:50 AM, Grand Fork Herald:

Online education has changed the landscape of higher education, Holm said. Schools like Arizona State University, Purdue, Penn State and Southern New Hampshire University have seemingly taken over the online higher education world by >
The District’s public school system faces $23 million deficit, drawing criticism
/6

Jul 15, 7:40 AM, Washington Post:

The District’s public school system is facing a $23 million deficit, drawing criticism from city lawmakers and from the D.C. auditor, who described the shortfall as a “red flag” that suggests a lack of internal controls.
Opinion: Give our youth the support they need to grasp the rewards of a postsecondary education
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Jul 15, 7:28 AM, The Seattle Times:

Our region’s rapidly changing and vibrantly growing economy requires education beyond high school. Whether a college degree or a career credential, postsecondary education and professional training is necessary to secure a living wage job >
Alabama-based Apprenticeship Readiness Program graduates first students
/6

Jul 15, 7:24 AM, Alabama NewsCenter:

Hard work pays off. That was a lesson learned by participants of the Central Alabama Building Trades’ Apprenticeship Readiness Program (ARP) hosted by Jefferson State Community College. The first Alabama-based ARP program had a 92% >
Transition to College: Porter summer graduates complete SASS readiness program
/6

Jul 15, 7:23 AM, Brownsville Herald:

Twenty-three summer graduates of Porter Early College High School will graduate next month with their college entrance paperwork complete, registered for classes at Texas Southmost College and with their first undergraduate course in the >
Not many students, but abundant opportunity at remote, rural school
/6

Jul 15, 7:16 AM, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel:

Gateway is the most remote school in District 51, located halfway between Grand Junction and Naturita along Colorado Highway 141 in Unaweep Canyon. Nestled between West Creek and the soaring red rock Palisade butte, it's 50 miles and an >

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Op-Ed: Why aren’t the Democratic candidates talking about school reform?
/6

Jul 15, 7:53 AM, Baltimore Sun:

The dog that didn’t bark in the Democratic presidential primary debates was the national crisis in our public schools. The candidates did lots of yelping (much of it thoughtful) on a variety of other looming calamities: economic >
School principals, not formulas, should decide how to spend education dollars
/6

Jul 15, 7:51 AM, The Hill:

A recent trend in public education spending is positive for educators: revenues are on the rise as states such as Texas, Arizona and West Virginia inject new money into school districts. While many schools will receive additional resources >
Online education has changed higher-ed landscape, UND professor says
/6

Jul 15, 7:50 AM, Grand Fork Herald:

Online education has changed the landscape of higher education, Holm said. Schools like Arizona State University, Purdue, Penn State and Southern New Hampshire University have seemingly taken over the online higher education world by >
The District’s public school system faces $23 million deficit, drawing criticism
/6

Jul 15, 7:40 AM, Washington Post:

The District’s public school system is facing a $23 million deficit, drawing criticism from city lawmakers and from the D.C. auditor, who described the shortfall as a “red flag” that suggests a lack of internal controls.
Opinion: Give our youth the support they need to grasp the rewards of a postsecondary education
/6

Jul 15, 7:28 AM, The Seattle Times:

Our region’s rapidly changing and vibrantly growing economy requires education beyond high school. Whether a college degree or a career credential, postsecondary education and professional training is necessary to secure a living wage job >
Alabama-based Apprenticeship Readiness Program graduates first students
/6

Jul 15, 7:24 AM, Alabama NewsCenter:

Hard work pays off. That was a lesson learned by participants of the Central Alabama Building Trades’ Apprenticeship Readiness Program (ARP) hosted by Jefferson State Community College. The first Alabama-based ARP program had a 92% >
Transition to College: Porter summer graduates complete SASS readiness program
/6

Jul 15, 7:23 AM, Brownsville Herald:

Twenty-three summer graduates of Porter Early College High School will graduate next month with their college entrance paperwork complete, registered for classes at Texas Southmost College and with their first undergraduate course in the >
Not many students, but abundant opportunity at remote, rural school
/6

Jul 15, 7:16 AM, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel:

Gateway is the most remote school in District 51, located halfway between Grand Junction and Naturita along Colorado Highway 141 in Unaweep Canyon. Nestled between West Creek and the soaring red rock Palisade butte, it's 50 miles and an >