July 10 — 9:19 am, 2019

Notes from the News – July 10, 2019

A roundup of education news

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Some Pa. superintendents have been quietly armed in schools — and parents probably don’t know it WHYY

‘Teachers can’t become political targets’: Central H.S. teacher fires back at ex-Pa. GOP chair Inquirer

Pennsylvania state universities considering tuition freeze, which would be the first time in more than 20 years Inquirer

Temple freezes tuition; Pennsylvania state system universities considering a freeze, too Inquirer

National teacher shortage affects Pennsylvania Observer-Reporter

Snow days aren’t going anywhere — for now, at least — despite new ‘flexible instructional day’ law Lancaster Online

How Joe Biden, Kamala Harris sparked a school segregation debate that’s way overdue | Will Bunch Inquirer

Segregation has soared in America’s schools as federal leaders largely looked away Latimes.com

Catch-up: Schools still struggling with how to teach about slavery AP via WHYY News

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