Notes from the News — June 17, 2019
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More than 1,000 people rally in Harrisburg for fair school funding – The Notebook
What a boss: Brewerytown cafe owner helps former foster kids build skills, find jobs, and create a supportive community – Inquirer.com
After her father was murdered, she vowed to get the education he never could. Now she’s a two-time Fulbright scholar. – Inquirer.com
Sen. Pat Toomey introduces legislation to put whole milk back in school lunches – Phillyvoice.com
Six shot, including four teens, at graduation party in Southwest Philly – Inquirer.com
When Philly’s free public pools open in 2019: Making the schedule is ‘like a game of Tetris’ – Inquirer.com
Immigrants Brought Riches to Urban Schools. Now They’re in the Shadows. – NYTimes.com
Summer camp is newest front in battle with measles outbreak – APNews.com
2020 race brings free college back to the national stage – APNews.com
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.