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A daily roundup of Philadelphia education news.

Notes from the news, Sept. 9

By thenotebook on Sep 9, 2014 09:28 AM

Students return to Philly schools amid funding concerns. Daily News

First day of school inspires fears and hopes. NewsWorks

Phila. schools open amid a mixture of hope and looming layoffs. Inquirer

Classes start for 135,000 public-school students. Tribune

Philly schools open with celebration masking concern. Al Día

Court to hear arguments Phila. district violated Pa. constitution. Inquirer

A second chance at reinventing the high school experienceNotebook

Students' voices are heard at a rally for more Pa. school funding. NewsWorks

Phila. Public School Advocates Keep Pressure on Corbett For School Funding. CBS Philly

Kids, protestors are back to school. Metro

Casey, nurses stress need for health professionals in schools. NewsWorks

Casey sponsors bill to increase number of school nurses. Inquirer

Call Widens For More School Nurses. CBS Philly

Philly School District, Department of Justice Reach Settlement in Beard-Length Lawsuit. NBC10

GOOD SCHOOL NEWS. REALLY: Violence is down, innovation up. And there is such a thing as a free lunch. Daily News

New principal of Houston Elementary: 'If we build it, they will come' NewsWorks

Whose Somebody are you? An exercise for the first day of class. Notebook

Is Corbett doing an about-face on state's Common Core? Morning Call

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition


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