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Notes from the news, April 1

By the Notebook on Apr 1, 2013 08:34 AM

Industry-pipeline programs could fill the STEM talent void. Inquirer

A Philadelphia charter school's union election will be overseen by NLRB. Inquirer

GreatPhillySchools releases list of top Northwest Philadelphia schools. NewsWorks

It's an inopportune time to ask for more money for schools. Daily News

Why I won't let my son take the PSSA. Post-Gazette

The District’s budget: Key facts and figures. Notebook

Curious grade for teachers: Nearly all pass. NY Times

The Test? Find More Straight-A Teachers NY Times

A look inside Lehigh's admissions process. Inquirer

Two accused teachers in Atlanta's cheating scandal will surrender.  AP

See also: Atlanta officials could face jail time in standardized test cheating scandal. Notebook

Camden's school chief will wield too much power, say critics. Inquirer

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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