LFC Daily News Clips | March 2, 2016

Good Morning

A Lafayette, La., scholarship school principal and a parent tell KLFY-TV how they would be impacted by budget cuts to Louisiana Scholarship Program. http://bit.ly/1OP8dwH

Have a great day. – Paul

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American Federation for Children

Clearing up misconceptions on Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts http://bit.ly/1RGt3mr

School Choice

The Advocate: Changing voucher rules top Edwards’ priority, aide says http://bit.ly/1pnBKsM

KLFY-TV: State’s scholarship program on the chopping block http://bit.ly/1OP8dwH

Charter Schools

The New Orleans Advocate: Two more RSD charters switch to charter-friendly OPSB http://bit.ly/1QTaQVV

The Advertiser: Willow Charter seeking new principal http://bit.ly/1OM3uvJ

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com: School funding fight heats up ahead of state board meeting http://bit.ly/1RGoDvS

The New Orleans Advocate: Many New Orleans school leaders back new funding formula, setting up clash ahead of BESE vote http://bit.ly/1RGpPzl

Education Reform

The Advocate: Down to the wire: Collins, Maxie raise about the same amount in special race for East Baton Rouge School Board http://bit.ly/1pnBMRt

The Advocate: With tax proposal in limbo, Lafayette Parish school officials looking at redistricting, consolidating programs http://bit.ly/1nhQJmn

The News Star: Ouachita schools look at possible state cuts http://tnsne.ws/217XGDN

Times-Picayune/NOLA.com: St. Bernard Parish School Board calls 10th District election http://bit.ly/1nhQbgc

The Advocate: Baker School Board updating district’s policy manual http://bit.ly/1LUMeVa