Notes from the News – May 9 , 2019
Germantown High reimagined as $30 million housing development — with lots of question marks – Billypenn.com
South Philly High School senior with Down syndrome achieves perfect attendance record – Southphillyreview.com
New horticultural center at Overbrook School for the Blind seeds a connection to nature – WHYY.org
NICE awards longtime Childs School advocate an inaugural award – Southphillyreview.com
House Democrats seek cut in federal charter school funding, saying Education Department isn’t a ‘responsible steward of taxpayer dollars’ – Washingtonpost.com
Social media and teens: Health concerns may be exaggerated, study suggests – Philly.com
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.
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