Tuesday, September 18, 2018


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Reality Check with Jeanne Allen Episode 37: Jonathan Hage, Charter Schools USA
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Sep 18, 7:43 AM, National Review Online:

From his service in the U.S. Army to his creation of CSUSA, Jon Hage’s life and career have been dedicated to service, leadership, and creating systemic change for the better for America’s schools and schoolchildren.
Opinion: College rankings need more focus on graduation rates of low-income students
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Sep 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Post:

This time of year always brings a robust debate over college rankings — which ones matter most, and whether to trust what they value. Too often, rankings have asked America’s college and university leaders to face the tough choice of >
Up To 60 Percent Of College Students Need Remedial Classes. This Needs To Change Now
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Sep 18, 7:41 AM, The Federalist-:

This September, millions of college students move to campus for their first semester. Many will begin courses in engineering, calculus, science, or another advanced field, but other incoming freshmen will be stuck in remedial classes, >
Editorial: Improve our existing school choice options
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Sep 14, 7:31 AM, Colorado Springs Gazette:

So, while Secretary DeVos and Congress battle it out, we would do well to dedicate our efforts to improving our existing school choice options, rather than worry about expanding them.
Education Is a Top Issue in the Midterms
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Sep 13, 7:31 AM, TIME:

All across America, public anger over education funding has scrambled the political map for November. The activism that started with this spring’s sudden wave of teacher strikes and walkouts didn’t ebb when the picket lines did. It got >
Warner, Portman call for improvement of Pell dual enrollment program
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Sep 13, 7:30 AM, Augusta Free Press:

U.S. Sens. Mark Warner (D-VA) and Rob Portman (R-OH) sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to urge the Trump administration to consider expanding the dual enrollment Pell experiment to meet the goal of 10,000 >
School of Education receives national award for curriculum redesign
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Sep 13, 7:25 AM, Northwest Missourian:

In recognition of Northwest’s School of Education’s complete overhaul of its curriculum, Northwest received the 2018 Christa McAuliffe Excellence in Teacher Education Award from the American Association of State Colleges and >
The Crazy Amount America Spends On Higher Education, In One Chart
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Sep 12, 7:18 AM, Forbes:

As college students head back to campus for the new academic year, high tuition levels will doubtless be on everyone’s mind. The rising price of college has led progressives to call for a more European-style higher education system, where >

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D.C. Council members look to curtail mayor’s control of city schools
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Sep 18, 7:37 AM, The Washington Post:

Some D.C. lawmakers want to curtail mayoral control of the city’s education system — a move that could blunt criticism that the D.C. Council has done little to hold Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) accountable after high-profile school scandals >
'Is this really a school?' Desperate for education, Detroit students pin hope on lawsuit
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Sep 18, 7:33 AM:

Jamarria Hall's Detroit high school reminded him of a state prison: chains on the doors, disgusting food and dirty water, bathroom stalls without doors. No computers, tablets or SMART Boards. The few books he saw in the school were older >
Metro Atlanta schools address ‘digital divide’
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Sep 18, 7:18 AM, Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Across metro Atlanta, school districts have spent millions on technology and plan to invest more. As the digital push push goes deeper — from textbooks to make-up snow days — experts and parents want to sure make students without home >
Still no more than 1/3 of Tulsa Public Schools juniors ready for college or career, and wide racial disparities remain, district reports
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Sep 18, 7:04 AM, Tulsa World:

Tulsa Public Schools has seen its graduation rate rise both overall and in every demographic group during the past three years, but the proportion of students deemed college- and career-ready has remained unchanged. Only a third of >
Column: Amendment 8 and the Future of School Choice
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Sep 18, 6:30 AM, Sunshine State News:

The Florida Supreme Court may have struck down a proposed education amendment to the state’s constitution, but the issue the measure raised can’t be easily dismissed.
District halts enrollment at four charter schools that could close this spring
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Sep 18, 6:28 AM, Louisiana Weekly:

Edgar P. Harney Spirit of Excellence Academy may soon have to make cuts to stay within its budget for the rest of the school year. The Central City charter school faces a $264,000 deficit, its chief financial officer told Harney board >
A charter school puts out the “Students wanted” sign
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Sep 18, 6:25 AM, CT Post:

Perhaps it is the competition.The city is now home to six charter schools, a half dozen traditional high schools and a smattering of private school choices. Maybe it’s reputation. The Bridge Academy Charter School struggled enough on the >
Electeds Fight To Stop Controversial Charter School From Opening In Overcrowded District
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Sep 18, 6:19 AM, Kings County Politics:

In the wake of an approval of a Letter of Intent (LOI) of a Brooklyn-based charter school, a coalition of local electeds are looking to stop the school from opening a second location.
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D.C. Council members look to curtail mayor’s control of city schools
/6

Sep 18, 7:37 AM, The Washington Post:

Some D.C. lawmakers want to curtail mayoral control of the city’s education system — a move that could blunt criticism that the D.C. Council has done little to hold Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) accountable after high-profile school scandals >
'Is this really a school?' Desperate for education, Detroit students pin hope on lawsuit
/6

Sep 18, 7:33 AM:

Jamarria Hall's Detroit high school reminded him of a state prison: chains on the doors, disgusting food and dirty water, bathroom stalls without doors. No computers, tablets or SMART Boards. The few books he saw in the school were older >
Metro Atlanta schools address ‘digital divide’
/6

Sep 18, 7:18 AM, Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Across metro Atlanta, school districts have spent millions on technology and plan to invest more. As the digital push push goes deeper — from textbooks to make-up snow days — experts and parents want to sure make students without home >
Still no more than 1/3 of Tulsa Public Schools juniors ready for college or career, and wide racial disparities remain, district reports
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Sep 18, 7:04 AM, Tulsa World:

Tulsa Public Schools has seen its graduation rate rise both overall and in every demographic group during the past three years, but the proportion of students deemed college- and career-ready has remained unchanged. Only a third of >
District halts enrollment at four charter schools that could close this spring
/6

Sep 18, 6:28 AM, Louisiana Weekly:

Edgar P. Harney Spirit of Excellence Academy may soon have to make cuts to stay within its budget for the rest of the school year. The Central City charter school faces a $264,000 deficit, its chief financial officer told Harney board >
A charter school puts out the “Students wanted” sign
/6

Sep 18, 6:25 AM, CT Post:

Perhaps it is the competition.The city is now home to six charter schools, a half dozen traditional high schools and a smattering of private school choices. Maybe it’s reputation. The Bridge Academy Charter School struggled enough on the >
Electeds Fight To Stop Controversial Charter School From Opening In Overcrowded District
/6

Sep 18, 6:19 AM, Kings County Politics:

In the wake of an approval of a Letter of Intent (LOI) of a Brooklyn-based charter school, a coalition of local electeds are looking to stop the school from opening a second location.
TASD approves assistance for virtual academy
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Sep 18, 6:13 AM, Titusville Herald:

One of the primary functions of the Pittsburgh-based company will be to target the students and families who have chosen to attend a cyber charter school instead of TASD. The district must partially pay for the tuition of these students, >

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Reality Check with Jeanne Allen Episode 37: Jonathan Hage, Charter Schools USA
/6

Sep 18, 7:43 AM, National Review Online:

From his service in the U.S. Army to his creation of CSUSA, Jon Hage’s life and career have been dedicated to service, leadership, and creating systemic change for the better for America’s schools and schoolchildren.
Opinion: College rankings need more focus on graduation rates of low-income students
/6

Sep 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Post:

This time of year always brings a robust debate over college rankings — which ones matter most, and whether to trust what they value. Too often, rankings have asked America’s college and university leaders to face the tough choice of >
Up To 60 Percent Of College Students Need Remedial Classes. This Needs To Change Now
/6

Sep 18, 7:41 AM, The Federalist-:

This September, millions of college students move to campus for their first semester. Many will begin courses in engineering, calculus, science, or another advanced field, but other incoming freshmen will be stuck in remedial classes, >
D.C. Council members look to curtail mayor’s control of city schools
/6

Sep 18, 7:37 AM, The Washington Post:

Some D.C. lawmakers want to curtail mayoral control of the city’s education system — a move that could blunt criticism that the D.C. Council has done little to hold Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) accountable after high-profile school scandals >
'Is this really a school?' Desperate for education, Detroit students pin hope on lawsuit
/6

Sep 18, 7:33 AM:

Jamarria Hall's Detroit high school reminded him of a state prison: chains on the doors, disgusting food and dirty water, bathroom stalls without doors. No computers, tablets or SMART Boards. The few books he saw in the school were older >
Metro Atlanta schools address ‘digital divide’
/6

Sep 18, 7:18 AM, Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Across metro Atlanta, school districts have spent millions on technology and plan to invest more. As the digital push push goes deeper — from textbooks to make-up snow days — experts and parents want to sure make students without home >
Still no more than 1/3 of Tulsa Public Schools juniors ready for college or career, and wide racial disparities remain, district reports
/6

Sep 18, 7:04 AM, Tulsa World:

Tulsa Public Schools has seen its graduation rate rise both overall and in every demographic group during the past three years, but the proportion of students deemed college- and career-ready has remained unchanged. Only a third of >
Column: Amendment 8 and the Future of School Choice
/6

Sep 18, 6:30 AM, Sunshine State News:

The Florida Supreme Court may have struck down a proposed education amendment to the state’s constitution, but the issue the measure raised can’t be easily dismissed.

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Reality Check with Jeanne Allen Episode 37: Jonathan Hage, Charter Schools USA
/6

Sep 18, 7:43 AM, National Review Online:

From his service in the U.S. Army to his creation of CSUSA, Jon Hage’s life and career have been dedicated to service, leadership, and creating systemic change for the better for America’s schools and schoolchildren.
Opinion: College rankings need more focus on graduation rates of low-income students
/6

Sep 18, 7:42 AM, Washington Post:

This time of year always brings a robust debate over college rankings — which ones matter most, and whether to trust what they value. Too often, rankings have asked America’s college and university leaders to face the tough choice of >
Up To 60 Percent Of College Students Need Remedial Classes. This Needs To Change Now
/6

Sep 18, 7:41 AM, The Federalist-:

This September, millions of college students move to campus for their first semester. Many will begin courses in engineering, calculus, science, or another advanced field, but other incoming freshmen will be stuck in remedial classes, >
D.C. Council members look to curtail mayor’s control of city schools
/6

Sep 18, 7:37 AM, The Washington Post:

Some D.C. lawmakers want to curtail mayoral control of the city’s education system — a move that could blunt criticism that the D.C. Council has done little to hold Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) accountable after high-profile school scandals >
'Is this really a school?' Desperate for education, Detroit students pin hope on lawsuit
/6

Sep 18, 7:33 AM:

Jamarria Hall's Detroit high school reminded him of a state prison: chains on the doors, disgusting food and dirty water, bathroom stalls without doors. No computers, tablets or SMART Boards. The few books he saw in the school were older >
Metro Atlanta schools address ‘digital divide’
/6

Sep 18, 7:18 AM, Atlanta Journal Constitution:

Across metro Atlanta, school districts have spent millions on technology and plan to invest more. As the digital push push goes deeper — from textbooks to make-up snow days — experts and parents want to sure make students without home >
Still no more than 1/3 of Tulsa Public Schools juniors ready for college or career, and wide racial disparities remain, district reports
/6

Sep 18, 7:04 AM, Tulsa World:

Tulsa Public Schools has seen its graduation rate rise both overall and in every demographic group during the past three years, but the proportion of students deemed college- and career-ready has remained unchanged. Only a third of >
Column: Amendment 8 and the Future of School Choice
/6

Sep 18, 6:30 AM, Sunshine State News:

The Florida Supreme Court may have struck down a proposed education amendment to the state’s constitution, but the issue the measure raised can’t be easily dismissed.