Notes from the news, June 4
By Erika Owens on Jun 4, 2012 09:07 AM
Universal gets go-ahead to run Creighton The Notebook blog
The District approved a provider to turnaround Creighton as a Renaissance charter school, rejecting a teacher-led plan.
See also: SRC: Universal to run Creighton Elementary as a charter The Inquirer
Schools budget meltdown Daily News (opinion)
Faced with inadequate funding, activists should continue their protests in Harrisburg.
Student Journalism Awards 2012 The Notebook blog
Every year the Notebook honors high school journalists at its June celebration. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all who entered. See you June 12!
Class size does make difference The Inquirer (opinion)
Even with a bare-bones budget, "keeping classes small should be a priority."
From The Desk Of Jason Killinger: Education Vs. Incarceration Infographic Philebrity
Infographic compares education and prison stats for Philadelphia and Pennsylvania.
EMAN Secures Education Speaker For Meeting Mt. Airy Patch
Notebook contributing editor Dale Mezzacappa will talk to the East Mount Airy Neighbors tomorrow.
Philanthropists help high schoolers find success The Inquirer
State news roundup Keystone State Education Coalition
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