June 29 — 9:26 am, 2020

Notes from the News – June 29, 2020

A roundup of education stories - summer edition

Board supports ‘re-imagining,’ but not disbanding, school police – Notebook

Masterman and Central students use slurs, tell rape jokes in viral group chat – Notebook

Philly’s new student-led independent newspaper aims to keep District accountable Notebook

Black Lives Matter movement inspires students’ writing – Notebook

Philly schools’ plan to rebrand police as ‘safety officers’ draws ire of student union – Philly Tribune

‘I’m listening to the argument that police don’t belong in schools’: Allentown and Bethlehem reconsider resource officers mcall.com

Philadelphia school district officials eye pushing back start of school year – Philly Tribune

America’s great remote-learning experiment: What surveys of teachers and parents tell us about how it went. – Chalkbeat

As debate over school police continues, officers need best practices | Opinion – Inquirer

Princeton strips Woodrow Wilson’s name from school, citing his racist past – Inquirer

School’s Out. Parental Burnout Isn’t Going Away. – NY Times

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

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