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Notes from the news, Feb. 21

By the Notebook on Feb 21, 2013 10:03 AM

State took millions from District and gave it to charters. Notebook

William Penn will resume taking grant requests from city agencies. Inquirer

See also: Ethics board says grants given at the city's request are not lobbying. PlanPhilly

Parents rally for the 10 students not admitted to Penn Alexander. Philly Mag

Early-childhood education has fallen behind in Pa. Daily News

Map: Schools on the revised Philadelphia closings list. Notebook

Cartoon Network and Sen. Casey urge students to fight bullying. Inquirer

Effects of bullying last into adulthood. NY Times

Survey finds teacher satisfaction is at an all-time low. HuffPost

After a decade of stagnation, AP scores are up slightly. WSJ

Event: How will common enrollment affect Philadelphia schools?

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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Comments (2)

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on February 21, 2013 6:21 pm
Feel sorry for the employees and the students , but when you have half of the parents sitting on there asses milking the government and not trying to look for a job in them districts .Why does taxpayers have to keep on supporting lazy asses !
Submitted by Darnel Charles Tanksley (not verified) on February 21, 2013 8:13 pm
PUBLIC TELEVISION also was a target for Republican theory CABLE TELEVISION with it's promise of no commercails was attractive to many We happily switched to cable with it's non commercail promise. But when the commercails came we tried to go back to PUBLIC TELEVISION But we could not go back to PUBLIC TELEVISION It has been destroyed beyond recognition By a Republican theory that affected Philadelphia AND Pennsylvania AND America

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