July 29 — 9:50 am, 2019

Notes from the News – July 29, 2019

A roundup of education news

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Principals and aspiring principals go back to school in summer institutes – The Notebook

High schoolers get paid to learn solar in Philly. It’s about to become a program of study. – Inquirer 

Philadelphia school district secretary charged with stealing $41,000 from student activity fund – PhillyVoice

With pizza and police sessions, a new organization in West Philly seeks to empower youth – Inquirer

They’re 16. They’re earning free college degrees. How’s it going for these Philly students? – Inquirer

Lifeguards in the trenches: ‘If we don’t come, then who will be here for the kids?’ | Helen Ubiñas – Inquirer

Philadelphia Tennis Center Hopes To Inspire Next Generation Of Aspiring Tennis Players – CBS Philly

The Mueller report: An educational tool for teachers — and a surprising hit with book clubs – Washington Post

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


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