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Notes from the news, June 26

By the Notebook on Jun 26, 2014 08:46 AM

Help us reach 300 members by June 30. You could win framed art! Notebook

Independence Charter, two Catholic schools to receive $344K in PSP grants. Notebook

At White House Maker Faire, Workshop students showcase the car they built. Notebook

2 Low-Performing Philadelphia Catholic Schools Get Improvement Funds CBS Philly

Proposal For Cigarette Tax To Fund Philadelphia Schools May Be Going Up In Smoke. CBS Philly

For these students, graduation celebration held extra meaning. Inquirer

Temple president: William Penn High School purchase means room to grow. Business Journal

Free summer meals available for kids in Philadelphia region.

​Philly apartments give teachers cheaper rent and colleagues as neighbors. NewsWorks

Welcome to Chump City. Inquirer

Pa. House approves budget plan and sends it to the Senate. Inquirer

Pa. House passes its GOP-crafted state budget plan. Patriot-News

States’ special education services face tighter oversight by the Obama administration. Washington Post

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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Comments (1)

Submitted by Annony (not verified) on June 26, 2014 9:47 pm
"Philly apartments...for teachers..." $1000/month is NOT cheap in Philadelphia. It is much cheaper to live in neighborhoods near most of the schools. Instead, this is a TFA teacher gentrified "ghetto."

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