LFC Daily News Clips | May 30, 2017

Good Morning

Today’s top stories: Good Shepherd School’s administrative overhaul, IDEA schools hiring teachers in Baton Rouge, and New Orleans students want schools that are academically tough and varied.

Have a great week! – Paul


The New Orleans Advocate
Good Shepherd School gets administrative overhaul as it eyes move to new home

American Press
St. Louis High gets temporary administrator

The Advocate
More than a year from opening, new charter school coming to Baton Rouge is already hiring teachers

Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Charter operators opening Baton Rouge schools in 2018 make ‘Washington Post’ ranking of most challenging high schools

The Advertiser
Lafayette Renaissance announces new leadership

What would make New Orleans schools better? Hear straight from the students

The New Orleans Advocate
Jefferson School Board’s upcoming vote on new Metairie attendance zones divides black, white residents

The Advocate
Jeff Sadow: Is Gov. Edwards irrelevant in Louisiana? Lawmakers appear to think so

American Federation for Children

Press Release: Foster Children to Benefit from Oklahoma School Choice Law

U.S. News & World Report
Future Uncertain for Nevada Tuition, School Supply Vouchers

Atlanta Black Star
Southern Schools Are Becoming More Segregated, Report Finds

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