Notes from the News – June 10, 2019
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Having hard conversations with children about race and difference – The Notebook
Charters awaiting decisions pack school board’s budget hearing – The Notebook
Black leaders ask: Is Phila. School District ‘targeting’ minority-led charters? – Inquirer
Why Pa. needs a new statewide costing-out study for public education | Opinion – Penncapital-star.com
Free Library set to receive $3.5 million from city for 2020 and an accountability plan for its leaders – Inquirer
OPINION: The dangerous message in telling low-income students to skip college – Hechinger Report
First gay president by 2032? Philly middle schoolers’ ideas for LGBTQ+ equality | Perspective – Inquirer.com
More tax credits? More spending? Pa. lawmakers continue to clash on education – WHYY
Why Philly landlords are fighting Blondell Reynolds Brown over lead – PlanPhilly
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.