Friday, November 22, 2019


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Georgia leaders, issues come up late in debate
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Nov 21, 9:02 AM, WGAU:

One of the more entertaining ore-debate demonstrations came courtesy of a marching band promoting the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools. The band parades along Hardee Avenue outside the studio. Kimberley Dukes of the Powerful Parent >
Closing The Choice Gap In American Education
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Nov 21, 9:01 AM, Forbes:

We hear a lot about education achievement gaps, learning gaps and opportunity gaps between different groups of students, typically based on socioeconomic status, race or ethnicity.
Burdensome Student Loan Debt Is Contributing To The Country’s Teacher Shortage Crisis
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Nov 19, 9:02 AM, Forbes:

The country’s crushing student loan debt has been dominating education news — from the campaign trail to the recent resignation of a Trump administration senior student-loan official who called the student-loan system “fundamentally >
Study finds fewer foreign undergraduates in U.S. colleges — the first drop in 13 years
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Nov 18, 9:10 AM, Washington Post:

The foreign undergraduate head count in U.S. colleges and universities fell about 2 percent in the last school year, the first annual decline on that measure in more than a decade, according to a study.
Cory Booker: Stop Being Dogmatic About Public Charter Schools
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Nov 18, 9:07 AM, New York Times:

We can’t dismiss good ideas because they don’t fit into neat ideological boxes or don’t personally affect some of the louder, more privileged voices in the party.
Commentary: Beware Warren’s ‘Madisonian’ Plan for Public Education
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Nov 18, 9:04 AM, Wall Street Journal:

Ms. Warren’s website says her plan would “ensure that every student has access to a meaningful, high-quality public education.” But this approach to education has already been tried in the progressive utopia of Madison, Wis., and it is >
Great Hearts charter schools are making waves by serving mostly middle-class families
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Nov 18, 8:54 AM, Dallas Morning News:

The school network bucks the assumption that charter schools should exist to serve low-income students.
Opinion: Free college tuition won’t work, no matter what progressive Democrats tell you
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Nov 15, 9:42 AM, Los Angeles Times:

Eliminating tuition sounds like a utopian good, but it misses the mark. It ignores the biggest reason students aren’t earning college degrees — an appallingly high dropout rate — and it may make the situation worse.

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As 1000s Of Missouri Jobs Go Unfilled, Colleges Put Greater Emphasis On Training Programs
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Nov 21, 8:36 AM, KCUR:

Last year, there were nearly 200 job openings in St. Louis for respiratory care therapists — and 2,000 open nursing positions. St. Louis Community College is expanding and tailoring its programs to fill that need. This kind of response to >
New charter school on the way?
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Nov 21, 8:33 AM, Antelope Valley Press:

Former California State Sen. Gloria Romero is a co-founder of the proposed Scholarship Prep Palmdale Charter School that seeks to open its doors next year, despite strong opposition from a few Palmdale School District employees who spoke >
AP for all? New York state pushes greater student diversity in high-level courses
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Nov 21, 8:31 AM, Journal News:

The state is pushing school districts to make Advanced Placement and other top courses more widely available to all high school students, particularly African-American and Hispanic students, as part of an ongoing emphasis on promoting >
Opinion: Montgomery County talks a good game on “equity.” Now it has a chance to walk it, too.
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Nov 21, 8:16 AM, Wasington Post:

There’s been a lot of talk about racial equity in Montgomery County as of late. It is motivated in part by a disturbing “racial equity profile” released in June, which shows dramatic disparities between white and Asian residents and their >
Legislature sends Gov. Charlie Baker $1.5 billion education funding overhaul
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Nov 21, 8:13 AM, The Republican:

The Massachusetts Legislature on Wednesday sent Gov. Charlie Baker a bill that would provide a $1.5 billion influx of funding into the state’s public education system, with a focus on eliminating the performance gap between wealthy and >
When will conversion charters begin? Details, questions about Davis Elementary plan
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Nov 21, 7:54 AM, Montgomery Advertiser:

Davis Elementary will be the first of three Montgomery public schools converted into a charter when it opens in the fall of 2020.
State to review low-scoring charter schools. It’s about time
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Nov 21, 7:51 AM, Arkansas Times:

Charter school champion Johnny Key, the state education czar, is apparently feeling a little heat from the state’s persecution of the Little Rock School District over a handful of schools with low standardized test scores among >
Struggling charter school will have to ramp up enrollment or close, APS school board says
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Nov 21, 7:44 AM, Sentinel Colorado:

School board members for Aurora Public Schools approved a recommendation Tuesday night forcing a struggling charter school to more than double its enrollment by June or close less than a year after opening.
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New charter school on the way?
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Nov 21, 8:33 AM, Antelope Valley Press:

Former California State Sen. Gloria Romero is a co-founder of the proposed Scholarship Prep Palmdale Charter School that seeks to open its doors next year, despite strong opposition from a few Palmdale School District employees who spoke >
Opinion: Montgomery County talks a good game on “equity.” Now it has a chance to walk it, too.
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Nov 21, 8:16 AM, Wasington Post:

There’s been a lot of talk about racial equity in Montgomery County as of late. It is motivated in part by a disturbing “racial equity profile” released in June, which shows dramatic disparities between white and Asian residents and their >
When will conversion charters begin? Details, questions about Davis Elementary plan
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Nov 21, 7:54 AM, Montgomery Advertiser:

Davis Elementary will be the first of three Montgomery public schools converted into a charter when it opens in the fall of 2020.
Struggling charter school will have to ramp up enrollment or close, APS school board says
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Nov 21, 7:44 AM, Sentinel Colorado:

School board members for Aurora Public Schools approved a recommendation Tuesday night forcing a struggling charter school to more than double its enrollment by June or close less than a year after opening.
North Star Montessori Academy teachers, students fighting for charter school funding
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Nov 21, 7:26 AM, WLUC:

North Star Montessori Academy students performed a song and dance at a school board meeting on Wednesday. But the performance wasn't just for entertainment - they're hoping it reaches the folks working for Michigan's government in >
Cumberland Valley to offer online courses
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Nov 21, 7:17 AM, WHTM:

Cumberland Valley School District will be offering its students’ online courses. The district says by offering online courses, it will save money to hire more teachers as class sizes grow.
Could A New Charter School Move The Needle For Students Learning English?
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Nov 21, 6:48 AM, The Publics Radio:

The state board of elementary and secondary education appears poised to grant preliminary approval for a new charter school in Providence. The board heard a presentation from the group looking to open the school during their meeting >
‘No ideal solution’ to make up days lost to Chicago teachers strike as Board of Ed approves new calendar, union contracts
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Nov 21, 6:47 AM, Chicago Tribune:

Chicago Public Schools and union leaders alike praised the new teachers contract as “transformative” and called public schools “the wisest possible investment” Wednesday before getting down to the business of paying and planning for the >

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Georgia leaders, issues come up late in debate
/6

Nov 21, 9:02 AM, WGAU:

One of the more entertaining ore-debate demonstrations came courtesy of a marching band promoting the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools. The band parades along Hardee Avenue outside the studio. Kimberley Dukes of the Powerful Parent >
Closing The Choice Gap In American Education
/6

Nov 21, 9:01 AM, Forbes:

We hear a lot about education achievement gaps, learning gaps and opportunity gaps between different groups of students, typically based on socioeconomic status, race or ethnicity.
As 1000s Of Missouri Jobs Go Unfilled, Colleges Put Greater Emphasis On Training Programs
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Nov 21, 8:36 AM, KCUR:

Last year, there were nearly 200 job openings in St. Louis for respiratory care therapists — and 2,000 open nursing positions. St. Louis Community College is expanding and tailoring its programs to fill that need. This kind of response to >
New charter school on the way?
/6

Nov 21, 8:33 AM, Antelope Valley Press:

Former California State Sen. Gloria Romero is a co-founder of the proposed Scholarship Prep Palmdale Charter School that seeks to open its doors next year, despite strong opposition from a few Palmdale School District employees who spoke >
AP for all? New York state pushes greater student diversity in high-level courses
/6

Nov 21, 8:31 AM, Journal News:

The state is pushing school districts to make Advanced Placement and other top courses more widely available to all high school students, particularly African-American and Hispanic students, as part of an ongoing emphasis on promoting >
Opinion: Montgomery County talks a good game on “equity.” Now it has a chance to walk it, too.
/6

Nov 21, 8:16 AM, Wasington Post:

There’s been a lot of talk about racial equity in Montgomery County as of late. It is motivated in part by a disturbing “racial equity profile” released in June, which shows dramatic disparities between white and Asian residents and their >
Legislature sends Gov. Charlie Baker $1.5 billion education funding overhaul
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Nov 21, 8:13 AM, The Republican:

The Massachusetts Legislature on Wednesday sent Gov. Charlie Baker a bill that would provide a $1.5 billion influx of funding into the state’s public education system, with a focus on eliminating the performance gap between wealthy and >
When will conversion charters begin? Details, questions about Davis Elementary plan
/6

Nov 21, 7:54 AM, Montgomery Advertiser:

Davis Elementary will be the first of three Montgomery public schools converted into a charter when it opens in the fall of 2020.

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Georgia leaders, issues come up late in debate
/6

Nov 21, 9:02 AM, WGAU:

One of the more entertaining ore-debate demonstrations came courtesy of a marching band promoting the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools. The band parades along Hardee Avenue outside the studio. Kimberley Dukes of the Powerful Parent >
Closing The Choice Gap In American Education
/6

Nov 21, 9:01 AM, Forbes:

We hear a lot about education achievement gaps, learning gaps and opportunity gaps between different groups of students, typically based on socioeconomic status, race or ethnicity.
As 1000s Of Missouri Jobs Go Unfilled, Colleges Put Greater Emphasis On Training Programs
/6

Nov 21, 8:36 AM, KCUR:

Last year, there were nearly 200 job openings in St. Louis for respiratory care therapists — and 2,000 open nursing positions. St. Louis Community College is expanding and tailoring its programs to fill that need. This kind of response to >
New charter school on the way?
/6

Nov 21, 8:33 AM, Antelope Valley Press:

Former California State Sen. Gloria Romero is a co-founder of the proposed Scholarship Prep Palmdale Charter School that seeks to open its doors next year, despite strong opposition from a few Palmdale School District employees who spoke >
AP for all? New York state pushes greater student diversity in high-level courses
/6

Nov 21, 8:31 AM, Journal News:

The state is pushing school districts to make Advanced Placement and other top courses more widely available to all high school students, particularly African-American and Hispanic students, as part of an ongoing emphasis on promoting >
Opinion: Montgomery County talks a good game on “equity.” Now it has a chance to walk it, too.
/6

Nov 21, 8:16 AM, Wasington Post:

There’s been a lot of talk about racial equity in Montgomery County as of late. It is motivated in part by a disturbing “racial equity profile” released in June, which shows dramatic disparities between white and Asian residents and their >
Legislature sends Gov. Charlie Baker $1.5 billion education funding overhaul
/6

Nov 21, 8:13 AM, The Republican:

The Massachusetts Legislature on Wednesday sent Gov. Charlie Baker a bill that would provide a $1.5 billion influx of funding into the state’s public education system, with a focus on eliminating the performance gap between wealthy and >
When will conversion charters begin? Details, questions about Davis Elementary plan
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Nov 21, 7:54 AM, Montgomery Advertiser:

Davis Elementary will be the first of three Montgomery public schools converted into a charter when it opens in the fall of 2020.