LFC Daily News Clips | March 10, 2017

Good Morning

A win for school choice is Mississippi, as the Senate last night passed a House bill that would expand Mississippi’s dyslexia therapy scholarship program. The bill is the only school choice legislation still alive for the 2017 session.

Have a great weekend! – Paul


The Times-Picayune/NOLA.com
Competitor withdraws bid for city’s last three district elementary schools

The Advocate
Our Views: Under the gun for school aid

The Times-Picayune/NOLA.com (from The Washington Post)
Senate scraps new school accountability rules as Louisiana finalizes report card

Board member to Caddo super: ‘Get real’

The Times-Picayune/NOLA.com
New Orleans charter group applies for Little Rock school: report

The Lens
ReNEW Schools board set to hire Kevin Guitterrez as CEO

The Town Talk
District looks to build on Montessori success at Mabel Brasher

 The Twitter Feed

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The Clarion-Ledger
Senate approves dyslexia scholarship expansion

The Intelligencer. Wheeling News-Register
Poll: West Virginia Parents Want School Choice

The Wall Street Journal
American Teachers Unions Oppose Innovative Schools—in Africa

Here’s what you need to know about Tennessee’s latest voucher proposal

The 74
The Senate’s 50–49 Killing of ESSA Rules: A Sweeping Change in How America Will Rate (and Fix) Schools

Opportunity Lives
When it Comes to Education Spending, It’s Not How Much, But How It’s Spent

The Nation
Education for Sale?

In These Times
Chicago Teachers Are Trying to Organize the Biggest Charter School Union in the U.S.

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