Notes from the News — October 5, 2018
A daily roundup of education news
School board members hear criticism of teacher-shuffling process The Notebook
Teaching to the student, not the test, has helped new immigrants and low-income children succeed Hechinger Report
‘The dog doesn’t care if you mess up some words’: Why Philly kids are reading to pooches Inquirer
The big IDEA: Inside the fast-growing charter network you might not know yet Chalkbeat
Police-grade surveillance technology comes to the playground The Atlantic
Melania Trump gives 1.4 million books to struggling school in Malawi during Africa trip TIME
Brett Kavanaugh and the downside of single-sex schools Forbes
How a Reagan-era report led to generations of undervaluing teachers The Guardian
Stories from around the state — from the Keystone State Education Coalition blog.
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