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Notes from the news, Jan. 29

By the Notebook on Jan 29, 2014 09:36 AM

SRC-appointee Green says Shyamalan's education-reform book 'shaped thinking.' NewsWorks

Nutter's Education Supplies Fund begins distributing $546,000. Daily News

2013 on-time graduation rates for District and Renaissance high schools. Notebook.

More Philly school $ woes: CAPA may need to cancel its musical again. Inquirer

A Charter/Public School Truce. AxisPhilly

Dorothy June Brown retrial expected this summer - maybe. Inquirer

Phila. Father Pleads Guilty To Falsely Enrolling Daughter in Suburban School. CBS Philly

Faith Formation ‘Number One Priority,’ Says Philadelphia Catholic Schools Leader. Catholic Education Daily

Non-profit gives low income families access to higher education. Daily Pennsylvanian

School-shooting victim voices fears of returning to Logan charterDaily News

Pa. denies all applications for cyber-charter schools in 2014. NewsWorks

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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Comments (2)

Submitted by anonymous (not verified) on January 29, 2014 10:52 am
“The first and most important work of Catholic schools is to make certain that our young people are formed in the faith,” Mominey writes. “Without question this is our number one priority every single day.” - See more at: RECONCILING THIS STATEMENT WITH THE 90% TAX CREDITS WHICH DRAIN PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM THE ROLLS OF OUR TRADITIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL CONTINUE TO BE A SERIOUS ISSUE IN A SOCIETY THAT SEPARATES CHURCH AND STATE IN SCHOOLS.
Submitted by Annonymous (not verified) on January 29, 2014 11:45 am
Ironic: "Shyamalan will be at The Baldwin School Wednesday night discussing his research and signing books. So, he is presenting his "research"with an audience he knows - private schools.

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