May 26 — 9:36 am, 2020

Notes from the News – May 26, 2020

A daily roundup of education news

This week, we will publish our May print edition focused on educating in the pandemic. This is the first story from the issue: Planning amidst uncertainty – Notebook

Commentary: Kids need to go to school online. Why isn’t the internet a public utility? – Notebook

WorkReady, Philadelphia’s youth jobs program, to move online for the summer – Notebook

Why many Philly students aren’t logging on for school, and what that could mean for September – Inquirer

Philly’s charter and Catholic schools are seeing higher student participation in remote learning than district schools, PSP survey finds – Inquirer

Edward Magliocco, 89, was a longtime Dobbins High School principal – Inquirer

How the National Teacher of the Year connects preschoolers and senior citizens, even during the pandemic – Chalkbeat

Camps, play dates, team sports: This is the Pa. state guidance on what kids can do in the yellow phase – Inquirer

In response to coronavirus, this Harvard sophomore created a free tutoring service for low-income NYC students – Chalkbeat

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

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