Notes from the News — August 7, 2019
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Education activist Kendra Brooks challenges the system, running for Council at-large as an independent Notebook
Teacher reflects on how Toni Morrison changed her as an educator and as a person Notebook
Former tech exec teaches entrepreneurship in Roxborough Notebook
Comcast announces biggest expansion of low-income internet access Notebook
The Reading Quilt: remembering Marva Collins Notebook
Exclusive: Cameras, counselors and yoga — how Pa. schools spent an unprecedented flood of safety and security cash WHYY
Philly teen tech entrepreneurs take matters into their own hands, or phones WHYY
To mark the 400th anniversary of Africans being kidnapped to the U.S., a Philly group is recruiting 400 children Inquirer
Gov. Tom Wolf calls charter schools ‘private,’ draws heated response from their largest advocacy group PennLive
Charter schools in some cities enroll few students mid-year. Here’s why that matters. Chalkbeat
For a roundup of state news from Keystone Education Coalition, click here.