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Notes from the news - Jan. 11

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Once a flood, applications for new Philadelphia charters slow to a trickle. NewsWorks

Philly had an all-time high of homeless children and youth in 2014. Here’s why. Generocity

Philly restaurateurs to match soda tax with donations to local school. Inquirer

Lower cigarette tax projections to have no impact on schools. The Philadelphia Tribune

Philly soda tax is here to stay, says Kenney. NewsWorks

Armstrong: A STEM preschool just for girls? Yeah, why not? Daily News

School of Me: Letting students study what they want, when they want is the latest education trend. The Hechinger Report

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