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Notes from the news - July 11

The latest headlines in Philly education




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Talking poverty, diversity, mental health with America's principals. NewsWorks

Pennsylvania budget takes effect amid fight over funding it. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

CCP, district team up for school that offers associates degrees. Philadelphia Tribune

My Son Is In Special Education And I Want Him To Be Challenged. NPR Ed

OPINION: Why we need to know more, not less, about what students get from college. Hechinger Report

How Boundaries Between Colleges and Companies Will Continue to Blur. EdSurge

Learning is social and emotional; our classrooms should be too. Hechinger Report

Stories from across the state

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