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Notes from the news, March 31

By the Notebook on Mar 31, 2014 09:23 AM

Arise Academy Charter issues detailed. Inquirer

Climate at Bartram High raises concerns about safety, education. Inquirer

Hite says chronic underfunding threatens to derail school goals. Tribune

A national honor for Philadelphia activist Helen Gym. Inquirer

Stewardship. Practical Theory

Guide to dismantling public education. Tribune

Desperate times for schools in the City of Brotherly Love. Ed Week

​Notebook editorial: Nightmare scenario. Notebook

TEDx talks: Rethinking the future and being of Philly. Inquirer

Democrats running for governor clash in debate at Temple. Inquirer

‘You can’t expect much success on standardized tests when students don’t even have basic supplies’ — editorial. Answer Sheet

Study: Pa. gets "D" in civil rights teaching. AP

Pennsylvania's charter school funding debate no closer to resolution. Tribune-Review

Public Schools for Sale? Moyers & Company

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition


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Submitted by Annonym. (not verified) on April 1, 2014 10:14 am
"Stewardship" by Chris Lehmann of SLA repeats the mantra of Hite, Gleason and Green. It is self-serving rather than "speaking truth to power." The principals returned to a 10 month (plus 12 - 15 days in August) pay scale. It is NOT a cut - it is less hours. Remember, SLA has violated union hiring policy since its inception. It also has drunk at the well of the Gleason/Philadelphia School so-called Partnership. This is mimicking the powers that be.

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