September 20 — 6:22 am, 2019

Notes from the News – September 20, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

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Amid concerns about dangerous building conditions, school board approves charter renewals – The Notebook

Pa. House Speaker Mike Turzai: public schools are a monopoly and teachers are “special interest people” – Pittsburgh City Paper

Student Academy Award honors Villanova film on stereotypes and misconceptions of black men – Inquirer

The latest episode of the Foodizen podcast goes inside W.B. Saul, the largest agricultural school in the country – Philadelphia Citizen

The reasons 60,000 people leave Philadelphia every year is another tale of two cities | Editorial – Inquirer

Betsy DeVos says schools are strapped for cash because of well-paid bureaucrats. Here’s why that’s misleading. – Chalkbeat

A pilot program at Temple offers 1,000 free meals to hungry students – Inquirer

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

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