Saturday, July 04, 2020


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Private and Religious School Backers See Broad Victory in Supreme Court Decision
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Jul 2, 8:51 AM, New York Times:

The court drew its decision narrowly when ruling against a Montana tax break that excluded religious schools. But denominational school advocates will push a broad application.
Opinion: School choice wins in a crucial moment
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Jul 2, 8:50 AM, Washington Examiner:

As the COVID-19 health crisis and recession have decimated state budgets and deprived some children of the equivalent of an entire year of schooling, school choice programs that not only give families more options but do so at a fraction >
Editorial: The Supreme Court made the wrong call on public aid for religious schools
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Jul 2, 8:47 AM, Los Angeles Times:

As a policy matter, we believe that state financial resources should be directed toward underfunded public schools. Still, even if its practical consequences prove limited, this decision and the divisions on the court augur ominously for >
For Orthodox, the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Religious Schools Is a Big Win
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Jul 2, 8:45 AM, Jewish Exponent:

The case was significant for Orthodox Jewish advocacy groups that have fought alongside Christian groups for expanded state aid to parochial schools. For most Orthodox families, parochial schools are considered an expensive necessity, and >
Opinion: Blaine Amendment fans should be very afraid
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Jul 2, 8:44 AM, Washington Examiner:

For children in Montana who want to use their tax credit to attend religious schools, this is a great outcome. But it’s more than that. This ruling also implies governments can no longer use Blaine Amendments as an excuse to discriminate >
Maine, Vermont next in fight over aid to religious schools
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Jul 2, 8:42 AM, Daily Journal:

A U.S. Supreme Court decision that says states can’t cut religious schools out of programs that send public money to private education could breathe new life into efforts to force Maine and Vermont to help fund religious educations. A >
Commentary: The schools situation is a complete crisis. And completely unfixable
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Jul 2, 8:39 AM, CNN:

When will school start? Where will it be? It's a month out from when a lot of kids start school and some of the largest school districts don't have a plan. They don't even have a start date. If they do have a start date, such as in Los >
Supreme Court makes religious school education eligible for public aid (CER in the news)
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Jul 1, 8:06 AM, USA TODAY:

The Supreme Court delivered a major victory Tuesday to parents seeking state aid for their children's religious school education.

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Tennessee education department, districts anticipate dramatic learning loss due to closures
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Jul 2, 8:18 AM, The Tennessean:

As districts prepare for students to potentially return to the classroom this fall, educators are expecting many students to come back not performing at grade level.
Lightfoot dismissed questions about ability to afford new CTU contract if economy tanked. Then COVID-19 hit, damaging CPS budget for years.
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Jul 2, 8:12 AM, Chicago Tribune:

There are short-term problems: The state, which has its own financial woes, did not include extra education funding in its new budget that CPS was counting on to help pay for the teacher contract. And property tax collections the district >
Columbus Teachers Union Still Negotiating Over District's Reopening Plan
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Jul 2, 8:10 AM, WOSU:

Tuesday night, Columbus City Schools recommended a fall reopening plan that would balance in-person classes with remote learning for grades K-8, but high school students completely out of the classroom for at least the first half of the >
Shopping for a home based on the school district: Parents study test scores, class size
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Jul 2, 7:57 AM, The Oregonian:

Schools may be temporarily closed but they remain a driving factor in parents’ home purchasing decisions, say real estate experts.
Tallahassee Classical School readies to welcome inaugural class
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Jul 2, 7:47 AM, WTXL:

While many schools are working to determine how best to re-open during a pandemic, one Tallahassee charter school is getting ready to open its doors for the first time.
Arkansas Virtual Academy helping teachers transition to online learning
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Jul 2, 7:23 AM, FOX16:

As we inch closer to a new school year, many districts are making it possible for families to choose online learning instead of in-class discussion. Arkansas Virtual Academy is a public charter school that has been teaching via online >
Who should get Florida school vouchers? The answer is not everyone | Editorial
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Jul 2, 7:02 AM, Tampa Bay Times:

School vouchers may make sense to rescue a poor child from a failing public school. But private schools that accept vouchers should be just as accountable for the quality of the education they’re providing with taxpayer dollars — your >
N.J.’s takeover of Newark schools is officially over — 25 years later
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Jul 2, 7:00 AM, NJ Advance:

Finally. Officially. No more procedural steps. No more maybes. New Jersey’s takeover of Newark Public Schools formally ended Wednesday, almost 25 years to the day that the state stripped local control from its largest school district.
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Lightfoot dismissed questions about ability to afford new CTU contract if economy tanked. Then COVID-19 hit, damaging CPS budget for years.
/6

Jul 2, 8:12 AM, Chicago Tribune:

There are short-term problems: The state, which has its own financial woes, did not include extra education funding in its new budget that CPS was counting on to help pay for the teacher contract. And property tax collections the district >
Columbus Teachers Union Still Negotiating Over District's Reopening Plan
/6

Jul 2, 8:10 AM, WOSU:

Tuesday night, Columbus City Schools recommended a fall reopening plan that would balance in-person classes with remote learning for grades K-8, but high school students completely out of the classroom for at least the first half of the >
Shopping for a home based on the school district: Parents study test scores, class size
/6

Jul 2, 7:57 AM, The Oregonian:

Schools may be temporarily closed but they remain a driving factor in parents’ home purchasing decisions, say real estate experts.
Tallahassee Classical School readies to welcome inaugural class
/6

Jul 2, 7:47 AM, WTXL:

While many schools are working to determine how best to re-open during a pandemic, one Tallahassee charter school is getting ready to open its doors for the first time.
N.J.’s takeover of Newark schools is officially over — 25 years later
/6

Jul 2, 7:00 AM, NJ Advance:

Finally. Officially. No more procedural steps. No more maybes. New Jersey’s takeover of Newark Public Schools formally ended Wednesday, almost 25 years to the day that the state stripped local control from its largest school district.
Philly parents, staff’s most favored option is a return to schools this fall on alternate days, district survey finds
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Jul 2, 6:50 AM, Philadephia Inquirer:

Bringing children back to school in the fall in shifts on alternate days was the most favored option in a survey of 34,000 people by the Philadelphia School District about learning options during the pandemic — though parents and teachers >
D.C. school system and teachers clash ahead of school reopening
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Jul 2, 6:37 AM, Washington Post:

The Washington Teachers’ Union is telling its members to ignore a school system letter asking teachers to select whether they plan to teach in person in the fall or stay home. The letter, and the union’s response, represent the latest >
Editorial: City schools trapped in spiral
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Jul 2, 6:18 AM, The York Dispatch :

It's stuck under years-long state management that limits how money can be spent. Charter schools are annually sucking more than $25 million from its budget. Miserly state lawmakers foist the responsibility for funding public education on >

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Private and Religious School Backers See Broad Victory in Supreme Court Decision
/6

Jul 2, 8:51 AM, New York Times:

The court drew its decision narrowly when ruling against a Montana tax break that excluded religious schools. But denominational school advocates will push a broad application.
Opinion: School choice wins in a crucial moment
/6

Jul 2, 8:50 AM, Washington Examiner:

As the COVID-19 health crisis and recession have decimated state budgets and deprived some children of the equivalent of an entire year of schooling, school choice programs that not only give families more options but do so at a fraction >
Editorial: The Supreme Court made the wrong call on public aid for religious schools
/6

Jul 2, 8:47 AM, Los Angeles Times:

As a policy matter, we believe that state financial resources should be directed toward underfunded public schools. Still, even if its practical consequences prove limited, this decision and the divisions on the court augur ominously for >
For Orthodox, the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Religious Schools Is a Big Win
/6

Jul 2, 8:45 AM, Jewish Exponent:

The case was significant for Orthodox Jewish advocacy groups that have fought alongside Christian groups for expanded state aid to parochial schools. For most Orthodox families, parochial schools are considered an expensive necessity, and >
Opinion: Blaine Amendment fans should be very afraid
/6

Jul 2, 8:44 AM, Washington Examiner:

For children in Montana who want to use their tax credit to attend religious schools, this is a great outcome. But it’s more than that. This ruling also implies governments can no longer use Blaine Amendments as an excuse to discriminate >
Maine, Vermont next in fight over aid to religious schools
/6

Jul 2, 8:42 AM, Daily Journal:

A U.S. Supreme Court decision that says states can’t cut religious schools out of programs that send public money to private education could breathe new life into efforts to force Maine and Vermont to help fund religious educations. A >
Commentary: The schools situation is a complete crisis. And completely unfixable
/6

Jul 2, 8:39 AM, CNN:

When will school start? Where will it be? It's a month out from when a lot of kids start school and some of the largest school districts don't have a plan. They don't even have a start date. If they do have a start date, such as in Los >
Tennessee education department, districts anticipate dramatic learning loss due to closures
/6

Jul 2, 8:18 AM, The Tennessean:

As districts prepare for students to potentially return to the classroom this fall, educators are expecting many students to come back not performing at grade level.

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Private and Religious School Backers See Broad Victory in Supreme Court Decision
/6

Jul 2, 8:51 AM, New York Times:

The court drew its decision narrowly when ruling against a Montana tax break that excluded religious schools. But denominational school advocates will push a broad application.
Opinion: School choice wins in a crucial moment
/6

Jul 2, 8:50 AM, Washington Examiner:

As the COVID-19 health crisis and recession have decimated state budgets and deprived some children of the equivalent of an entire year of schooling, school choice programs that not only give families more options but do so at a fraction >
Editorial: The Supreme Court made the wrong call on public aid for religious schools
/6

Jul 2, 8:47 AM, Los Angeles Times:

As a policy matter, we believe that state financial resources should be directed toward underfunded public schools. Still, even if its practical consequences prove limited, this decision and the divisions on the court augur ominously for >
For Orthodox, the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Religious Schools Is a Big Win
/6

Jul 2, 8:45 AM, Jewish Exponent:

The case was significant for Orthodox Jewish advocacy groups that have fought alongside Christian groups for expanded state aid to parochial schools. For most Orthodox families, parochial schools are considered an expensive necessity, and >
Opinion: Blaine Amendment fans should be very afraid
/6

Jul 2, 8:44 AM, Washington Examiner:

For children in Montana who want to use their tax credit to attend religious schools, this is a great outcome. But it’s more than that. This ruling also implies governments can no longer use Blaine Amendments as an excuse to discriminate >
Maine, Vermont next in fight over aid to religious schools
/6

Jul 2, 8:42 AM, Daily Journal:

A U.S. Supreme Court decision that says states can’t cut religious schools out of programs that send public money to private education could breathe new life into efforts to force Maine and Vermont to help fund religious educations. A >
Commentary: The schools situation is a complete crisis. And completely unfixable
/6

Jul 2, 8:39 AM, CNN:

When will school start? Where will it be? It's a month out from when a lot of kids start school and some of the largest school districts don't have a plan. They don't even have a start date. If they do have a start date, such as in Los >
Tennessee education department, districts anticipate dramatic learning loss due to closures
/6

Jul 2, 8:18 AM, The Tennessean:

As districts prepare for students to potentially return to the classroom this fall, educators are expecting many students to come back not performing at grade level.