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Notes from the news, Oct. 18

By the Notebook on Oct 18, 2013 11:30 AM

SRC rejects plan to auction district art Inquirer

SRC spares selling art collection worth up to 900G Daily News

Two charters now facing termination, including the city's oldest Notebook

SRC rejects plan to sell off art Notebook

Dozens remember young girl, call for rehiring of Philadelphia school nurses 6ABC

Vigil Held For Girl With Asthma Who Died After Being Sent Home Sick CBS Philly

Philly groups file blanket complaint on counselor shortage Notebook

As Council passes schools plan, will Nutter go along? Daily News

City Council approves bill transferring $50M to Philly schools Metro

State Senate To Vote On More Money For Philadelphia Schools CBS Philly

Phila. Dems link cigarette tax to transportation Inquirer

PGW sale could bring city a different kind of payoff Inquirer

Council passes bill on school building-money swap Inquirer

After Philadelphia Asthma Death, Focus On School Staffing CBS Philly

The good, the bad, and the Corbett Inquirer

One family's continuing search for adequate special education services Notebook

Photographers Share Snapshots Of Final Days Of Closed Philadelphia Schools CBS Philly

Film and a photo exhibition about school closings debut at Scribe Center Notebook

Twists and turns over new Pa. standards and tests leave districts in limbo The Hechinger Report

Many afterschool programs remain intact despite budget cuts Notebook

Program targeting African American boys launches an e-mentoring guide Notebook

New Study Reveals Growth of Inequality in Nation's Public Schools Our City Our Schools

Temple's new president to highlight affordability, civic involvement Inquirer

What poor children need in school The Washington Post

In the suburbs, conflicting emotions over new school mandates The Hechinger Report

What science teachers need to know (that isn’t about science) The Washington Post

Hebrew-Language Charter School to Close at End of Month Jewish Exponent

Can they be this obsessed with data? The Washington Post

News Summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

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