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Notes from the News - August 4

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Pension costs dominate education conversation in Harrisburg, amid other competing priorities NewsWorks 

Gov. Wolf keeps low profile on Pa. budget Philly.com

State Rep. Jordan Harris talks severity of Cheyney University’s problems Tribune

Harvard Faces Discrimination Probe While Accepting Mostly Nonwhite Class CBS Local

‘We are extremely discouraged’: Reports of a federal fight on affirmative action already stoking anxiety Chalkbeat

Analysis: Trump’s Justice Dept moves to protect whites in college admissions Hechinger Report

In Camden, a project to tell residents where it's safe to walk Philly.com

Lockers - remember them? - become art at Lower Merion High School Philly.com

The Walls We Won't Tear Down NYTimes Opinion

An unexpected effect of the Common Core: facilitating Jared Kushner’s political awakening Chalkbeat

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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