September 18 — 6:30 am, 2019

Notes from the News – Sept. 18, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

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Meetings on English Learners present a chance to find answers and push for change – The Notebook

Aspira sues Philly School District, board in charter renewal fight – Inquirer

Philadelphia can’t impose conditions on charter operator seeking to open middle school, state appeal board rules – Philadelphia Tribune

A look inside a new Philly charter school where kindergartners learn Hebrew – Inquirer

Poll finds support for school busing to reduce segregation, but only among Democrats – Washington Post

Black teachers matter, for students and communities- Hechinger Report

Residents want community benefits from Germantown High School’s developer. Now, they must decide what to request. – Inquirer

We are gifted education scholars. Here’s why we don’t think NYC should follow the school diversity group’s recommendations – Chalkbeat

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