October 23 — 6:38 am, 2019

Notes from the News- Oct. 23, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

Sixers’ Tobias Harris gives $1 million to education philanthropies – Notebook

Commentary: Attending Hallahan changed my life, but it wasn’t perfect – Notebook

Upper Darby teacher resigns after racist tirade; school board votes to accept it – Inquirer

Carver’s programs, projects help students explore interests – Philadelphia Tribune

Philadelphia chooses Penn’s Netter Center to manage new financial literacy program in two public high schools. – Penn Today

Mumps confirmed at Ridley High School in latest outbreak of contagious virus – Inquirer

Elizabeth Warren joins teachers on strike in Chicago: ‘Unions are how we have power’ – Chalkbeat

Julián Castro attended segregated schools. Now he wants the country’s housing and education policies to do more to help students like him. – Chalkbeat

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

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