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A daily roundup of Philadelphia education news.

Notes from the news, Oct. 17

By the Notebook on Oct 17, 2014 07:44 AM

SRC listens to anger for hours, after thousands protest contract cancellation. Notebook

3000 at rally protest teachers' contract cancellation. Daily News

Throngs of teachers gather at Phila. schools HQ to protest their contract cancellation. Inquirer

Parents' groups protest SRC at district offices. Inquirer

Hundreds protest against Phila. SRC's controversial move. 6ABC

Protesters Rally Ahead of SRC Meeting in Spring Garden. CBSPhilly

Thousands join street protest before raucous SRC meeting. Inquirer

Protesters, Teachers Block Broad Street in Front of Philly School District. NBC10

This Is What the Streets of Philadelphia Look Like After Commission Votes to Cancel Teachers' Union Contract. The Blaze 

23 Best Signs From the Philadelphia Teachers' Protest. Philadelphia Magazine

Students disrput film screening at District headquarters. Notebook 

Student protesters say SRC member yelled, disparaged schools. Inquirer

School Reform Commissioner Simms defends her action at screen filmingNewsWorks

After Palmer loses court case, 600 students face expulsion from charter. Notebook

Students Forced To Leave Walter Palmer Charter Due To Over Enrollment. Myfoxphilly

250 students forced out of Philadelphia Charter School. 6ABC

Phila. Charter School Holds Lottery To Cut Enrollment. CBSPhilly

Councilwoman proposes e-cigarette tax to help fund Philly schools. NewsWorks

Philadelphia School Failure. Wall Street Journal

Transform the city with technology education. Inquirer

More school districts exploring stay-home days. Philadelphia Tribune

News Summary from Keystone State Education Coalition


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Notes from the news, Oct. 15

By the Notebook on Oct 15, 2014 09:43 AM

Health care concessions a tough pill to swallow for city teachers. NewsWorks

Philly parents' complaints not about curriculum, argues Pa. education chief. NewsWorks

Philadelphia Teachers Hit by Latest Cuts. NY Times

Philadelphia's schools have been singled out by Pa. for unfair treatment. Notebook

Democrats' last-ditch effort to kill SRC fails. Inquirer

Labor leaders weighed general strike over SRC action. Inquirer

What comes after SRC? Daily News

Hite comments as School District woes continue6ABC

Charters lack sufficient oversight. Daily News

“Guerilla” Marketing Firm Tapped to Counter-Protest Thursday’s SRC Demonstration in Forthcoming Anti-Union Campaign. The Declaration

Boyz II Men takes it back to school. Inquirer

Boyz II Men return to Philly high school for showAP

Boyz II Men perform at Philly alma materNewsWorks

An elected school board for Philly? No thanksNewsWorks

Letters: Everyone must pitch in for pupils. Daily News

How do we help our schools? Daily Pennsylvanian

Mifflin School in East Falls hosts its third annual community festival. NewsWorks

Education adviser Tomalis had no employment contract. Post-Gazette

Journalists back Neshaminy students' refusal to print mascot name in school paper. NewsWorks

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition


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