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Notes from the news, March 20

By the Notebook on Mar 20, 2013 08:53 AM

A plan for a common enrollment form could alter Philly's educational landscape. Daily News 

Law creating charters needs to be overhauled. Inquirer

See also: Charter groups dispute critical report on charters. Inquirer.

Why watch another film about a struggling school? HuffPost

Afterschool programming will receive $50,000. Tribune

A closer look at the new student database that has privacy advocates worried and tech startups excited. Hechinger Report

More teachers are grouping kids by ability. USA Today

It's just not true that teachers and administrators are against evaluation. Answer Sheet/Washington Post

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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