July 8 — 9:21 am, 2020

Notes from the News – July 8, 2020

A roundup of education news - summer edition

Philly-area charters receive $30 million-plus in PPP loans – Notebook

School District of Philadelphia virtual town hall addresses health and safety protocols – Philly Tribune

You can watch yesterday’s District virtual town halls on reopening on the District website. Today’s town hall is at 1 p.m. The District had trouble streaming these sessions live yesterday, but plans to try again today on their Facebook page. 

‘It’s time to do it’: Trump vows to put ‘a lot of pressure’ on governors to reopen schools this fall – USA Today

Working parents can’t become pretend public-school teachers again this fall | Maria Panaritis – Inquirer

Why U.S. schools are still segregated — and one idea to help change that – NPR

Removing school police puts unfair burden on teachers | Opinion – Inquirer

President Richard Englert announces plans to step down from Temple University – Temple News

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

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