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Notes from the news - May 19

The latest headlines in Philly education




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Threat to dock pay raises teachers' ire and triggers wave of calls, emails and tweets. Notebook

GoFundme page for Henry bus crash victims exceeds goal in less than 24 hours Notebook

Advocates push Philly schools to move faster on immigration training. NewsWorks

Court sides with proposed cyber charter backed by K12 Inc.. Inquirer

DeVos expected to unveil school choice plans Monday. Politico 

Here are K-12 education programs Trump wants to eliminate in 2018 budget. The Washington Post

Betsy DeVos should know robbing Peter to pay Paul is a sin in education. The Hechinger Report

Stories from across the state 

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