Notes from the News – May 31, 2019
It’s less than one week until the Notebook’s 25th anniversary party! Have you gotten your tickets? Don’t miss the party on June 4 at the National Museum of American Jewish History on Independence Mall. See you there!
Dissent among school board members over potential sale of Belmont charter school – The Notebook
Hughes introduces bill to raise $85 million for immediate school repairs in Philly – The Notebook
A ‘forever teacher’ retires as principal of Philly’s storied Girls’ High – Philly.com
Charter school reform bills don’t make the grade | Editorial – Philly.com
Guest commentary: Is school choice the black choice? – Philadelphia Citizen
Your View: How you can help end ‘education apartheid’ in Pennsylvania – Mcall.com
I’m a New York City high school junior, and I’m glad more of my teachers are getting anti-bias training – Chalkbeat.org
Herman W. Levin, 89, biochemist, inventor, and advocate for education of women in science – Philly.com
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.