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Notes from the News — July 24, 2019

A roundup of education news

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Brittni Jennings helps her students connect their own lives to history – The Notebook

(A column by a friend of the couple Dale wrote about this weekend.) My friends were detained by ICE in Philly. Here’s what happened when I tried to help them. | Perspective – Inquirer 

These young people are making poetry in Kensington. And the community loves it. – Generocity.org

After learning some teens use socks for their periods, Mount Airy woman started delivering free pads and tampons – Inquirer

(An update to the Luzerne County lunch debt letter story.) District Rejects Philly Coffee CEO’s Donation To End Lunch Debt – Patch.com

How do the most vulnerable Philly teens get to college? This program helps them reach higher. – Inquirer

Supporting Our Schools: Why it Matters to Teachers and Students – NBC 10

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

 

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