Notes from the news, July 3
By Erika Owens on Jul 3, 2012 09:08 AM
SRC to borrow $500 million by issuing short-term notes The Inquirer
The School Reform Commission approved the borrowing at a meeting on Monday.
Hite was kept under wraps The Inquirer (opinion)
Keeping the names of candidates secret in the superintendent search process "created a layer of mistrust."
Impact100 awards grants to afterschool programs The Notebook blog
After School Activities Partnerships and the Village for Arts and Humanities won grants.
Why teachers should put students to work What's Next?
The Sustainability Workshop was featured in a segment on CNN this weekend.
What kids can learn from superintendent search Daily News (opinion)
Dom Giordano says the new superintendent's salary negotiations can be a lesson for students.
The Program Metropolis
State redesigns teacher assessment system The Philadelphia Tribune
New Pa. evaluations won't apply to charter school teachers WHYY/NewsWorks
State news roundup Keystone State Education Coalition
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