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Notes from the news, Oct. 21

By the Notebook on Oct 21, 2015 08:27 AM

When level best isn't good enough. Daily News

Elementary students press mayoral candidates on playgrounds, arts, guns. NewsWorks

Mayoral candidates face tough questions - from elementary students. Inquirer

Opinion: Rushed reforms fail our schools.Daily News

Students' reactions to 'Between the World and Me'. Notebook

Chelsea Clinton inspires Philadelphia students. Inquirer

Eighth-grader charts ‘new journey’ at Beeber. The Philadelphia Tribune

Christiana, Phillips-Hill look to scare up support for "ghost busting" bill. The Times

Can ed-tech inequality be solved by roving buses with Wi-Fi and loads of equipment? The Hechinger Report

Old memories, new hopes for former Philly high school grounds. The Philadelphia Tribune

Opinion: Philly schools' confusing background-check policy. Inquirer

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

State budget stalemate Day 113:

Wolf says he cannot advance money to strapped public schools. Inquirer

Gov. Wolf says he will not allow funds to go toward struggling school districts until budget is passed. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Wolf offers possible path to help Erie schools. Penn Live

End the budget impasse, superintendents tell state. Times-Tribune

Editorial: Time’s up, Harrisburg: Enact a budget for Pa. Lancaster Online

Budget pains linger for Phila. school district. The Philadelphia Tribune


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