LFC Daily News Clips | August 18, 2016

Good Morning

The Advocate looks at the plight of a wait-listed Baton Rouge parent who has been impacted by Louisiana’s devastating flood. http://bit.ly/2aZ0h4L

Have a great day. – Paul

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Louisiana Flood

The Advocate: Flood dampens possible turnaround for voucher hopeful http://bit.ly/2aZ0h4L

Shreveport Times: A+PEL raises $13,000 for teachers in flood http://bit.ly/2bAB51h

The Advertiser: UPDATE: How to help Louisiana teachers and schools http://bit.ly/2aXcfae

The Advocate: Most Acadiana schools closed until Monday while region recovers from floods http://bit.ly/2b6CBZr

The Advocate: Devastation, close calls fuel resolve to reopen flooded Baton Rouge-area schools http://bit.ly/2bfrP4J

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com: Louisiana flood: How to help schools http://bit.ly/2bpO5cF

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com: Louisiana flood: Baton Rouge high school surveys damage 1 week after opening http://bit.ly/2b6AbKh

School Choice

Washington Examiner: Study: School choice saves money for public school districts http://washex.am/2bDX1vq

Education Week: Fla. Appeals Court Rules in Favor of State’s Largest Private School Choice Program http://bit.ly/2aZ5p8O

Charter Schools

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com: Does Robin Hood run New Orleans schools? Funding plan goes to court http://bit.ly/2bE4eLZ

The New Orleans Advocate: Einstein Charter High Sarah Towles Reed holds grand opening http://bit.ly/2bp1l2h

The Advocate: Letters: Charters not the answer for public education http://bit.ly/2bfsvap

SDPB Radio: Does New Orleans Welcome Disabled Students? http://bit.ly/2bACiFW

The 74: Connecticut Charter Schools Celebrate ‘Miraculous’ 20th Anniversary http://bit.ly/2b3qLAn

Education Reform

News Star: Vidrine: Schools do more than educate http://tnsne.ws/2bhFIOU

Watchdog.org: Jackson Public Schools put on probation by state http://bit.ly/2bEaqne