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Notes from the news, June 17

By the Notebook on Jun 17, 2015 09:14 AM

Matching Gift Extended: Donate to the Notebook Today to Double Your Gift. Notebook

Closing of Kensington Urban postponed a year. Notebook

Kensington Urban Education Academy to stay open another year. Inquirer

Council's plan to sell tax liens for school funding questioned. PlanPhilly

When it comes to education funding, what's the deal with Philly schools? Notebook/Keystone Crossroads

Delay in tax appeals hurting city and school budgets. Inquirer

The fair-funding bus tour kicks off. Notebook

Silhouettes and stereotypes: KCAPA students explore identity through public art. NewsWorks

Philadelphia’s All City Orchestra To Embark On Tour Of Italy. CBS Philly

Indecent proposal. Inquirer

Students tell their stories: From dropping out to aspiring to a media career. Notebook

David Jones named city youth poet laureate. Inquirer

Runs in the family: Carver student latest to get full scholarship. Daily News

Educators say Senate vote to delay Keystone Exams as graduation requirement is 'good first step' Morning Call

In Harrisburg, a plan to delay Keystone exam requirementNewsWorks

Basic Education Funding Commission: Lawmakers will release recommendations on Thursday. Lancaster Online

School districts across Pa. anticipate tax increases, staff and program cuts. Post-Gazette

The PASA-PASBO Report on School District Budgets. PASBO

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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