Notes from the News — November 8, 2018
A daily roundup of education news
Philly outsources substitute school nurses, then scrambles to provide better coverage The Notebook
Philly students show off cooking skills to mayor after trip to Italy The Notebook
A Tennessee teacher lost his state race but is taking lessons learned back to his classroom Chalkbeat
2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes elected to U.S. Congress, promising to back teachers and increase school funding The74million
Analysis: Voters in Betsy DeVos’s home state, Michigan, elect a governor who is a sharp critic. And it wasn’t the only bad news for the education secretary. The Washington Post
Opinion: For educators, ‘remaining silent is a political act’ Hechinger Report
Commentary: When college isn’t the best next step The Notebook
Commentary: How personalized learning can support equity and excellence EducationNext
Stories from around the state — from the Keystone State Education Coalition blog.
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