September 3 — 9:52 am, 2019

Notes from the News – Sept. 3, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

Happy first day of school!

Summer internships expand horizons for Philly teens – Notebook

SLA, Ben Franklin opening delayed by two days – Notebook

The charter school goes upmarket with opening of two suburban-style campuses in Northeast Philadelphia | Inga Saffron – Inquirer

From foster child to a beacon for students, teacher Susan Love’s mission is to live up to her last name – Inquirer

DeVos issues new loan forgiveness rule for swindled students – Inquirer (AP)

6 of the 10 leading Democratic candidates say they will boost teacher diversity. Here’s how. – Chalkbeat

They worry about anger, fear, guilt. Some feel ill-equipped. Educators confront teaching about slavery. – Washington Post

West Chester University opens campus convenience store staffed by students with autism – Inquirer

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

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