March 21 — 8:36 am, 2019

Notes from the News — March 21, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

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Video: PHLpreK improves job, financial prospects for parents – The

Why did a shuttered Germantown school sell for a fraction of its value? – Billy Penn

Bill would require hands-only CPR training in high schools –

CHOP helps schools save lives in Philadelphia –

Group may head back to court over lack of N.J. school desegregation –

New teachers often get the students who are furthest behind — and that’s a problem for both –

Study: Philly among leaders in gentrification, which has pushed out people of color

Column: The dark side of education research: widespread bias – Hechinger Report

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