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Notes from the news - July 14

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KIPP Philadelphia expands and creates new feeder networks. Notebook 

Budget mess may mean 'real trouble soon,' Pa. treasurer warns. Inquirer

Stop Using the Poor to Justify Your Hatred of the Soda Tax. Philadelphia Magazine

Philly's newest education experiment: College for high school students. NewsWorks

Tuition Hikes Expected for Pa.-Owned Universities. Philadelphia Magazine

States Should Require Schools To Teach Media Literacy To Combat Fake News. Huffington Post

​The Power of Choice: Why Online Classes Matter to Students. EdSurge

Stories from across the state

Please email wendyh@thenotebook.org 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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