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Notes from the news, Sept. 30

By the Notebook on Sep 30, 2013 08:45 AM

Two-pronged attack on teachers' seniority planned. Inquirer

Pa. advocates gear up for education funding push. Inquirer

Former school buildings a hard sell? Daily News

School contract talks progressing slowly, union says. Inquirer

When businesses, schools team up. Inquirer

Wealthy donors move schools decision-making behind closed doors. City Paper

Our big tax freeloaders. AxisPhilly

Recanting 'reform agenda.' Inquirer

Teachers aren't the problem in Philadelphia's schools. Wall St. Journal

Kids should be key in school contract talks. Inquirer

The PFT: The most ineffective of Philadelphia's unions? From the Teacher's Desk

Charter school reform bill heads to Pa. Senate. Courier-Times

Charter reform bill fix to pension double dip doesn't cut it with school choice fans. Patriot-News

How government shutdown would affect public schools. Answer Sheet

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