Notes from the news, Feb. 7
By Anonymous on Feb 7, 2012 10:10 AM
No diploma, no job The Notebook blog with WHYY/NewsWorks
This cover story from the Notebook's February edition tells of the effects of the dropout crisis from the perspective of the Kensington neighborhood.
See also: Reversing Philadelphia's high school dropout crisis Radio Times
Parents Concerned About School District Cutbacks Fox 29
School buildings closing earlier and the layoff of school police officers has parents concerned about safety.
See also: Budget cut a hard blow to extracurricular athletics The Inquirer
Recreational Organizations Face Obstacle Following New School Cutbacks CBS Philly
Young athletes prepare for locked schools 6 ABC
Annette John-Hall: 'PHLash' of inspiration helps Philadelphia students learn The Inquirer
Students at Boys' Latin Charter School produced an original play about flash mobs based on multidisciplinary research and preparation.
Corbett to propose 20% to 30% funding cuts for Pa. state universities The Inquirer
Gov. Corbett will release his budget proposal today, and sources say he proposes to cut 30 percent of state funding to state-related colleges like Temple University.
Continue the EduCon conversation on #engchat The Notebook blog
Last night Samuel Reed hosted #engchat to followup on the conversation about innovation and social entrepreneurship at EduCon.
See also: EduCon 2.4 Reflections Practical Theory blog
Special offer for Notebook readers The Notebook blog
WHYY is holding invitation-only discussions of education, and 12 Notebook readers are invited.
The Lives and Dreams of Our Children City School Stories
State news roundup Keystone State Education Coalition
American teachers are [not] the problem in urban education Daily News (opinion)
Student Paper Hits the Web at Roxborough High Roxborough-Manayunk Patch
Theater Fundraiser at Chester A. Arthur Raising Philadelphia blog
Please email us if we missed anything today or if you have any suggestions of publications, email lists, or other places for us to check for news.