Notes from the news, Jan. 31
By Erika Owens on Jan 31, 2012 10:07 AM
Pritchett talks superintendent search The Notebook blog
School Reform Commission member Wendell Pritchett is leading the superintendent search and wants the community to share names and recommendations.
See also: Who do YOU think should be superintendent? The Notebook blog
Inquirer Editorial: Who'll pay tab for extra hour? The Inquirer
Keeping bars open an extra hour to raise additional funds for the Philly schools brings up a lot of questions.
E-mentors addressing real-world issues The Inquirer (opinion)
E-mentoring is one way community members can help students and address the dropout crisis.
Broke school district imperils Chester charter The Inquirer
If the Chester Upland School District doesn't pay millions it owes to the Chester Community Charter School, that school could close.
U. City Review News Hour 2/01/12 WPEB 80.1 FM UC Review
Amara Rockar spoke about the West Philadelphia Coalition for Neighborhood Schools.
AMY NW Students Will Need to Use TransPasses Next Year Mt. Airy Patch
Be an Editor, Not a Writer Building a (great) School blog
State news roundup Keystone State Education Coalition
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