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Notes from the news, March 19

By the Notebook on Mar 19, 2013 09:06 AM

Several of the city's most coveted schools may be hiring new principals. Notebook

Rep. Roebuck, fighting for overhaul of charter laws, will release report on abuses. Inquirer

Nutter calls for fundraising challenge for afterschool programs at receiving schools. Daily News

Philly's school closings--are they good for Wall Street? Inquirer

Close Beeber? School's supporters to propose alternative plan. Notebook

Prince George's county executive moves to take over struggling school system. Washington Post

Philadelphia has the highest rate of deep poverty among big cities. Inquirer

Bill Maher takes on Michelle Rhee and her "No Excuses" policies. Answer Sheet/Washington Post

Nation's top colleges are failing to attract the talented poor. NY Times  

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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