LFC Daily Clips | November 19, 2015

Louisiana Watchdog.org looks at how the gubernatorial runoff could decide the future of school choice in Louisiana.

See if you’re ready to vote and take The Advocate’s Edwards or Vitter quiz. http://bit.ly/1Lo4FzL

Tweet of the Day

American Federation for Children

AFC Blog:New viral video showcases the need for educational choice http://bit.ly/1OfyTJO

Louisiana Election

Louisiana Watchdog: Louisiana election could have repercussions for school choice http://bit.ly/1LnYYBH

Wall Street Journal: Louisiana Governor’s Race Looks Tough to Call http://on.wsj.com/1OSjG4v

The Advocate:Edwards or Vitter? Take our quiz, see if you can guess where candidates stand on key issues http://bit.ly/1Lo4FzL

School Choice

The News Star:Shuttered school takes DOE to court http://tnsne.ws/1OgTjlM

Charter Schools

Watchdog.org: Study: Charter school enrollment increasing nationwide http://bit.ly/1O5kNMI

Education Reform

Times Picayune/NOLA.com: New Orleans school count flattens for 1st time since Katrina http://bit.ly/1SHermb

The Advocate:Seven seek to fill temporary opening on East Baton Rouge Parish School Board http://bit.ly/1O5dtkk

Shreveport Times:Northwest parishes opting out of early foreign language curriculum http://bit.ly/1j9dDdo

The New Orleans Advocate:Jefferson Parish School Board approves $50 million in repairs to more than 60 campuses http://bit.ly/1QPjVwy

Times Picayune/NOLA.com: East St. John Elementary to remain closed until 2018 for repairs http://bit.ly/1MDDKBN

The Advertiser:Supporters pushing to keep Gueydan High open http://bit.ly/1YgZACC