Tonight’s regularly scheduled School Reform Commission meeting has been canceled.
When asked, the District did not immediately give a reason for the cancellation of its monthly "strategies, policy and priorities" meeting. The next scheduled SRC meeting, an action meeting, will take place on Oct. 16.
Update: A spokesperson for the District said that the meeting was canceled because the format for the meetings is being revamped.
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Finding ways to create "innovative" high schools seems to be a perennial policy priority for the beleaguered Philadelphia School District—and a topic that we at Education Week just can't seem to stay away from.
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