LFC Daily News Clips | July 27, 2017

Good Morning

WDSU-TV looks at the 3rd year study of the Louisiana Scholarship Program, schools having to adjust in the early years of the program, strong parental satisfaction, and the upward trajectory of test scores.

The 74 reports on data showing charter school students are graduating from college at three to five times the national average.

Have a great day. – Paul


The John White Wars: A Brief History

The Hayride
APPEL: Regardless Of John White’s Fate, Louisiana Had Better Demand Results From K-12 Schools

Parents, educators weigh in on Louisiana scholarship program

Latest measure of state education progress due Thursday

Daily World
District focused on raising junior high test scores

American Federation for Children

School Choice in Alabama (Christa Andrews)

The 74
Exclusive: Data Show Charter School Students Graduating From College at Three to Five Times National Average

U.S. News & World Report
The Complex History of School Choice | There’s no single reason people want more choice in education.

The Hill
Undoing racism, segregation through school choice

The 74
NAACP Calls for an End to For-Profit Charter Schools and Wider Rollback on Charter Sector Autonomy

Education Week
Are Charter Schools Bad for Black Children? The NAACP Asked, Here’s What It Found

The 74
President Trump Donates $100,000 of His Salary to Education Department; Still Wants $9B Cut to ED Budget

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