LFC Daily News Clips | October 10, 2016

Good Morning

Check out today’s blog post from my AFC colleague Tommy Schultz, discussing very disturbing aspects of the Tennessee’s public education system. It will sound familiar. http://bit.ly/2cX4C9G

Have a great week. – Paul

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American Federation for Children

AFC Blog: Sharing the Story of the State of Education in Tennessee http://bit.ly/2cX4C9G

School Choice

The 74: Bradford: Press Tuned Into the School Choice Split in the Black Community — and That’s a Good Thing http://bit.ly/2e7OdzZ

Charter Schools

Louisiana Record: Charter school CEO addresses gifted funding, education concerns http://bit.ly/2dE8eeI

The Second Line Blog: No NAACP. No You Don’t. http://bit.ly/2d2whG9

Watchdog.org: Innovation, transparency crucial to evolving charter school application process http://bit.ly/2d6ZACy

Education Reform

The Advocate: Push to overhaul teacher training gets key endorsement http://bit.ly/2dVZXl0

The Advocate: Our Views: Take a close look at early-age school suspensions http://bit.ly/2dW2LyD

The Town Talk: New efforts aim to help rural Louisiana schools, teachers http://townta.lk/2d6Vc6G

American Press: CPSB member, former Sulphur principal arrested http://bit.ly/2dqnnhI

American Press: State releases school suspension statistics for 2015-16 http://bit.ly/2ejbMW0

U.S. News & World Report: Holding Schools Accountable http://bit.ly/2dAlIIa

Opportunity Lives: New Jersey Shows Why Conservatives Must Lead On School Reform http://bit.ly/2deMqXi