Notes from the News – July 3, 2019
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Teacher Feature: Dr. Elena Evans, of Robeson High, focuses on the whole child – The Notebook
Opinion: Student representatives on the Board of Education reflect on their year – The Notebook
Student Board of Education representatives end their term with proposals for change – The Notebook
The Reading Quilt: ‘Up from Slavery’ by Booker T. Washington – The Notebook
Why Philadelphia punted on tax abatement reform … again – WHYY
Charter alliance president on growing backlash: ‘We need to start fighting back’ – Chalkbeat.org
After battling faculty union, president ponders CCP’s future at his 5-year mark: ‘We want to make our students well’ – Inquirer
As shootings rise, celebrating life with ‘empowering’ water gun fight in Fairmount Park – WHYY
‘They must really hate teens’: Backlash grows against Mosquito devices in Philly parks- Billypenn
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.
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