August 14 — 7:01 am, 2019

Notes from the News – Aug. 14, 2019

A roundup of education news

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Wolf announces executive orders and legislative proposals on charter school reform – Notebook

“Last chance high” – WHYY’s Radio Times

Local College Students Help Philly Teachers Pay for School Supplies – NBCNews

New windows, lighting at Northeast High part of $23 million energy makeover at Philly schools – Inquirer

August is the deadliest month for football players, and it’s not because of injuries – Inquirer

After a Billionaire’s Pledge, Morehouse Looks to Donors to Reduce Student Debt – NYTimes

Philadelphia nonprofit executive to lead PED – Albuquerque Journal

The 2020 Census will determine the fate of billions in federal dollars. Which programs are at stake? – Inquirer

How much are your school taxes increasing? Here’s a district-by-district look at the Philly region. – Inquirer

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

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