LFC Daily News Clips | June 7, 2017

Good Morning

Great read in National Review responding to last week’s Los Angeles Times op-ed from Jonah Edelman, the president of Stand for Children, and Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers.

Far too often, those who claim to fight for the interests of low-income students are actually doing the opposite. http://bit.ly/2r5mRfg

Have a great day! – Paul


The Advocate
LSMSA’s name change gets House approval — but with a few concessions for opponents

The Advocate
Veteran board member of embattled LSMSA quits panel amid ‘patronage’ politics

Louisiana magnet school would be renamed for politician – with caveat

American Press
House votes to rename school after Jimmy Long

The Advocate
Paddling students with disabilities in Louisiana is about to be illegal

Charter school segregation lawsuit goes to U.S. appeals court

American Press
Greater Grace Academy | Does majority black school, open to all, uphold segregation?

The Advocate
19 BR-area and 3 Lafayette-area National Merit scholarship winners announced Wednesday

The News Star
MCSB to vote on Excellence Academy charter next week

Daily World
Parish begins effort to bring students back

The Advertiser
Lafayette school transfer options open Wednesday

The Advertiser
La. senator brings up mayonnaise during education hearing

The Times
How many bullying cases did your school report?

National Review
The Cynical Dishonesty of Anti-Choice ‘Education Reformers’

The 74
DeVos Says IDEA, Other Federal Laws Apply to Private Voucher Schools, but No Pledge on LGBT

Education Week
ESSA Plans Have to Follow the Law, Not Conform to My Beliefs, DeVos Says

Education Week
In States’ Private-School Vouchers, Few Safeguards Against Discrimination

Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada Republicans may have lost ESAs now, but fight isn’t over

The Washington Times
Teachers unions across U.S. increase pressure for collective bargaining in charter schools

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