August 5 — 7:13 am, 2019

Notes from the News – Aug. 5, 2019

A roundup of education news

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Pa. again pledges extra help to remove lead paint from Philly schools – The Notebook (WHYY news)

Kristen DeGregorio prepares her special ed students for life after school – The Notebook 

‘It looks like me:’ New South Philly statue meant to inspire young women and girls – PlanPhilly

From empanadas to fake eyelashes, young Philly entrepreneurs pitch their dreams Inquirer

Should more students be suspended? In a new study, some teachers say, yes. – Inquirer

Gov. Tom Wolf orders state overhaul after abuses at Glen Mills Schools – Inquirer

Gureghian charter school cut corners ‘for money’s sake,’ N.J. ex-principal says in suit Inquirer

Biden, Harris reprise school integration dispute during second Democratic debate – Chalkbeat

Mt. Airy theater group brings out passion in area teens – Chestnut Hill Local

Community media makers in Philly feel ‘rug pulled out’ with proposed FCC rule change – WHYY

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


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