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Notes from the news - Jan. 10

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Headlines

'Schools Can Save Lives': An Exit Interview With The U.S. Education Secretary. NPR

How Teachers Learn to Discuss Racism. The Atlantic

Commentary: Public school districts are examples of democracy. Notebook

Philadelphia Futures names new executive director. Inquirer

Diversity at colleges? Not at the front of the classroom. Inquirer

Parents, save up: Cost of raising a child is more than $233K. AP

Opinion: Will Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions stumble over his history on disabled students? The Hechinger Report

Betsy DeVos, Trump's Education Pick, plays hardball with her wealth. The New York Times

Stories from across the state

Please email wendyh@thenotebook.org if we missed anything today or if you have any suggestions of publications, email lists, or other places for us to check for news.

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