June 3 — 9:59 am, 2020

Notes from the News – June 3, 2020

A daily roundup of education news

Commentary: Union president urges school administrators to speak out about racism and discrimination – Notebook

From our summer print edition: Teacher diaries: Tasaday Messina – Notebook

Young basketball players march through West Philadelphia for social justice – ABC6

Minneapolis Public Schools terminates contract with Police Department over George Floyd’s death – Star Tribune

As protests continue, Denver to start conversation about role of police in schools – Chalkbeat

How to talk to your kids about racism and the protests – Inquirer

Temple University intends to open for in-person classes this fall – Inquirer

College Board suspends plan for at-home SAT, urges colleges not to punish applicants who can’t submit scores – Washington Post

Frank Rizzo statue removed from outside the Municipal Services Building in the middle of the night – Inquirer

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

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