Notes from the News – May 17, 2019
Urban district leaders protest proposed charter law changes, call for more funds – The Notebook
Public school parents run their first-ever campaigns in crowded primary – The Notebook
Project Home Opens First LGBTQ-Friendly Permanent Housing Residence For Young Adults In Philadelphia – CBSLocal.com
SAT to Add ‘Adversity Score’ That Rates Students’ Hardships – NYTimes.com
Have you gotten your tickets for the Notebook’s 25th anniversary? Don’t miss the party on June 4 at the National Museum of American Jewish History on Independence Mall to celebrate. See you at the party!
Chess tournament just for Philly girls offers opening into male-dominated game – WHYY.org
Perspective: Betsy DeVos wants to resurrect an old — and failed — model of public education – Washingtonpost.com
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.