LFC Daily Clips | October 28, 2015

The Advocate looks at Louisiana’s gubernatorial candidates’ views on K-12 education – “night and day”.http://bit.ly/1Mi6wH7

Enjoy your day.– Paul


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American Federation for Children

AFC Blog:#SaveWACharterSchools and options for Washington students http://bit.ly/1LW7h9D


Charter Schools

The Advertiser: How did Lafayette charter schools do on PARCC tests? http://bit.ly/1KDzNLd

The Advocate:Kenilworth school nets state recognition http://bit.ly/1Mi7EdK

Mid-City Messenger:Charter schools could be allowed to install traffic cameras on buseshttp://bit.ly/1M1RCJn


Education Reform

The Advocate:John Bel Edwards, David Vitter are ‘night and day’ on major education issues: vouchers, charter schools, grading system http://bit.ly/1Mi6wH7

The Hayride:John Bel Edwards’s Education Record: Putting Teacher’s Unions And School Boards Over Children http://bit.ly/1GILh4X

The Advocate:Louisiana ranks low in recent national report card that ranks reading, math skills of 4th, 8th grade students http://bit.ly/1Re19gz

The Advocate:Dennis Persica: The Obama administration concedes standardized testing has gone too far, but with Louisiana is split over Common Core what happens next? http://bit.ly/1LBIMk2

The News Star:Fewer students mean financial hit for OPSB http://tnsne.ws/1P4FA2P

The Advocate:Hearing set Dec. 7 on whether to grant Pat Cooper a new trial challenging his ouster as Lafayette Parish school superintendent http://bit.ly/1MTkwYk