LFC Daily Clips | December 14, 2015

The latest AFC Blog looks at the Fordham Institute’s list of best and worst cities for school choice. New Orleans tops the list. http://bit.ly/1UotEtL

Have a great week. – Paul

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American Federation for Children

AFC Blog:School Choice: Fordham Institute’s list of Best and Worst Cities http://bit.ly/1UotEtL

School Choice

Cato.org: The Year of Educational Choice: Final Tally http://bit.ly/1lI73wP

OneNewsNow.com: School choice a priority for black voters http://bit.ly/1m0RQ9F

Education Reform

The Advocate:Educators wondering if John Bel Edwards plans rollback in public school ‘reforms’ http://bit.ly/1NPeb4H

The News Star:School discipline: What works? http://tnsne.ws/1P25Uv6

The Advertiser:Accomplishments, teamwork mark school board’s first year http://bit.ly/1QjCXfJ

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com:Obama signs overhaul of No Child Left Behind, shifting power to states http://bit.ly/1RjUPqJ

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com:Jefferson schools close desegregation case, 51 years later http://bit.ly/1RN2DAH

The Advocate:Jefferson school officials agree to take further steps to integrate the system http://bit.ly/1McN7XC

The Advocate:As debate over school name rages, Youngsville seeks School Board’s help in paying for road improvements needed for school’s construction http://bit.ly/1RhHaR4

The Advertiser:Board member urges calm on school name issue http://bit.ly/1Q8eIB7