Notes from the news, Sept. 14

by on Sep 14 2015

Caucus of Working Educators plans to challenge PFT leadership. Notebook

District's bid to outsource substitute teachers falters. NewsWorks

Sub troubles stress out many Philly schools. Inquirer

Outsourcing substitute teachers in Philadelphia gets off to a bad start. The American Prospect

Editorial: Wrong lesson plan. Inquirer 

Charter schools: Prefer building booms to classrooms?

The get-rich business of charter consulting.

At colleges, graduation initiatives save time and money. Inquirer

A broader picture of progress at Community College of Phila. Inquirer

Activists urge Comcast to contribute toward tech education. Inquirer

Protesters: Comcast chooses greed over schoolchildren. Daily News

Protestors demand Comcast expand affordable Internet access, fund schools. Voice

Does Bill Hite Have More Time? Philadelphia Citizen

What We Lose When A Neighborhood School Goes Away. NPR

Schools are starving for arts education. Notebook

Vote for 'Glen's Village' in The Online Film Festival. Notebook

88 keys to bringing music back to Philly schools. Notebook

Philly tech apprenticeship program lands major federal grant. Technically Philly

'Fin' a bad beginning for Bok building's rebirth. NewsWorks

Time for fond remembrances of teachers. Tribune

Your child goes off to college; where did 18 years go? Chestnut Hill Local

News summary from Keystone State Education Coalition

Who's hiring teachers for 2015/2016 in Philly? For education job postings, visit

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