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Notes from the news - May 15

The latest headlines in Philly education




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Pay could be docked for some Philly teachers who protested lack of contract. Inquirer

Public charter school reform is needed for students, not the education system. Notebook 

The Promise And Peril Of School Vouchers. NPR

Study finds being bullied in grade school may affect health and well-being as kids get older. NewsWorks

How Google took over the classroom. The New York Times

PSSA opt out choice supported by many but could impact school, teacher evaluations. Centre Daily Times

Betsy DeVos was asked to address education reporters at their annual convention. She said no. The Washington Post

Stories from across the state

Please email 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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