November 6 — 7:30 am, 2019

Notes from the News – Nov. 6, 2019

A daily roundup of education news

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Election news:

Working Families Party wins City Council seat in historic Philly election – The Notebook via Billy Penn

ICYMI – Our profile of education activist Kendra Brooks: Education activist Kendra Brooks challenges the system, running for Council at-large seat

Mayor Jim Kenney Part II: What’s next for Philly under his watch? – WHYY

The blue wave crashes down on Pennsylvania again, as voters from Philly to Delaware County turn left – Inquirer

Philadelphia’s 2023 race for mayor is officially underway. 7 people who could be next. –Inquirer

Other News:

Most Of Nation’s Top Public Universities Aren’t Affordable For Low-Income Students – NPR

Could a Tax Credit Reduce the Impacts of Philly Students’ Debt? – Next City

Ruth Fleming Hunt, 95, retired teacher, reading specialist in Philly public schools – Inquirer

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

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