LFC Daily News Clips | March 7, 2017

Good Morning

A look at the power of social media – The 74 reports on how ‘botnets’ shaped the Common Core debate.

Enjoy your day! – Paul


The Advocate
New science standards face key vote Tuesday, but evolution may slow the debate

BESE set to decide fate of Linwood Public Charter School

Education Week
On Louisiana’s public schools’ fees, report urges caution

The Advocate
Despite big push, Louisiana woeful in getting high schoolers to earn college credit; why?

The Louisiana Weekly
Study: New Orleans schools spend more on administration and less on teaching

 The Twitter Feed

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The Times-Picayune/NOLA.com (from The Washington Post)
Neighborhood schools could mean resegregation in Kentucky

US News and World Report
Asking the Wrong Questions on School Choice

The Washington Times
Column: School choice is the right choice

The 74
Harris: For School Choice to Work Nationally, the Trump Administration Must First Invest Locally

The 74
New Research Shows How Common Core Critics Built Social Media ‘Botnets’ to Skew the Education Debate

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