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Notes from the news - May 12

The latest headlines in Philly education




Join us in June: Don't miss the Notebook's annual celebration on June 6 at the University of the Arts. Enjoy food and great conversation with Philadelphia educators, parents, and public officials, and help us celebrate the lawyers who are arguing a fair-funding for schools lawsuit. The event will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Get your tickets here

New Museum of the American Revolution transports teachers and students back in time. Notebook

Is free speech fading at colleges? Some defenders think so. AP

Philadelphia School District Accepts Green Ribbon Award. CBS Philly

2017 Lindback Award-winning teachers. Inquirer

They still value a degree, but Americans increasingly question the cost. The Hechinger Report

As graduates obsess about jobs, colleges cut spending on career services. The Hechinger Report

Students Demand Real Accountability And An End To School Police Violence. Philadelphia Student Union

Concentrating on Concentration. Edutopia

Should We Abolish Timed Math Tests? Eduotpia

Stories from across the state

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