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A daily roundup of Philadelphia education news.

Notes from the news, Sept. 30

By the Notebook on Sep 30, 2015 08:20 AM

PSSA scores for District, charter schools: Philly students struggled in math. Notebook

State officials announce drop in PSSA scores, plans for improvement. Notebook 

In Pa., test scores, egos take hits. Inquirer

Educators look for answers after Pa. test scores plummet. Tribune

School District lawyers argue against seniority in counselor rehires. Inquirer

Appeal heard on case of Philly school counselors. Daily News

Phila. School District Goes To Court To Challenge Arbitrator’s Ruling On Rehiring Laid Off Counselors. CBS Philly

Stalemate's cost to Pa. schools: $11 million and rising. NewsWorks

As expected, Wolf vetoes interim budget for Pennsylvania. NewsWorks

Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes Republican's short-term spending plan for Pennsylvania. AP

School borrowing piling up amid budget stalemate. AP

Auditor general says some Pa. school districts running out of money. York Dispatch News

Mayoral candidates hold first fall debate. Inquirer

'Glen’s Village' wins 3 more awards. Notebook

Philly Magazine editor apologizes for 'stupid' cover.

Magazine editor apologizes for education cover shot called racially insensitive. Washington Post

Teacher prep fails to prepare educators for diversity, child trauma, panel says. Hechinger Report

One in Four Young Adults in Philadelphia Are “Disconnected” from Both Work and School. Drexel Now

A little help for African American men at CCP. West Philly Local

Dunbar prepares students for high school, beyond. Tribune

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