June 14 — 8:43 am, 2019

Notes from the News — June 14, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

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Nebinger parents circulate letter blasting District for not accepting siblings for kindergarten – The Notebook

School board approves one charter request and denies two others – The Notebook

Philly fathers make reading fun! – ABC6

Philadelphia finds lead contamination at two more playgrounds – Inquirer.com

Frankford football coach Bill Sytsma opens his locker room on Friday nights so his players are safe from Philadelphia gun violence – Inquirer.com

Decoding the culture of tech: Philly educators rewiring the way youth engage technology – Al Dia

James G. Slaughter, 70, former high school principal – PhillyTrib.com

Pa. House passes charter school package, but funding conundrum remains – WHYY News

If The Supreme Court Hears This Case, It Could Change The Face Of Public Education – Forbes.com

For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.

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