June 26 — 9:02 am, 2019

Notes from the News – June 26, 2019

A roundup of education news

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Young and undocumented in Philly: How teens are finding support and community – The Notebook

‘Trapped’ on the Main Line: Expensive private schools benefit from Pa. tax credits but report zero low-income students – WHYY.org

Summer weekends are hungry times for food-insecure kids, study finds – Inquirer.com

Bill to put armed guards back in PA schools debated in Congress – Local21news.com

Aggression Detectors: The Unproven, Invasive Surveillance Technology Schools Are Using to Monitor Students – ProPublica

Why LGBTQ bookstores, such as Philadelphia’s Giovanni’s Room, are a lifeline for queer teens – Inquirer.com

The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation partners with Drexel University to sponsor free summer camp for kids – Phillytrib.com

Democrats abandon charter schools as ‘reform’ agenda falls from favor – Washingtonpost.com

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

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