Notes from the News – May 3, 2019
New “Good to Great” grants seek to boost early literacy – The Notebook
The forces behind Philly’s high teacher turnover Philly.com
Germantown High a sad sign of Philly’s building neglect | Opinion – Philly.com
Frankford High School teacher to be recognized as a “hero” by museum – Northeast Times
Florida Approves Bill Allowing Classroom Teachers To Be Armed – NPR.org
Tuition or Dinner? Nearly Half of College Students Surveyed in a New Report Are Going Hungry – NYTimes.com
Michael Bennet left a complex mark on Denver schools. Now he’s running for president. Chalkbeat
Betsy DeVos targets de Blasio’s education policies at black-tie dinner, saying they ‘renewed nothing’ Chalkbeat
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.
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