January 9 — 9:34 am, 2019

Notes from the News — Jan 9, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

Principals leave their schools at high rates in Philadelphia, new study shows – The Notebook

Principal turnover highest in Pa. cities, study says, and school leaders may be getting whiter, too WHYY.org

‘A lot of people are looking to California’: What L.A. teachers are thinking about as a strike looms – Chalkbeat.org

N.J. doubles funding for security at private schools Philly.com

Why Pennsylvania is trying a new solution for the school scoring equation –WHYY’s “The Why”

Neshaminy teacher: ‘Redskins’ nickname ‘clearly is not’ a ‘term of honor’ – WHYY.org

Miscounting Poor Students – USA Today

Stories from around the state — from the Keystone State Education Coalition blog.

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