LFC Daily News Clips | November 27, 2017

Good Morning

Hoping everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving.

On the political front, The Advocate reports on how the outcome in Louisiana’s treasurer’s race could foreshadow problems for Gov. John Bel Edwards’ reelection.


The New Orleans Advocate
OPSB acknowledges ‘brutal facts of where we are’ as state ratings for New Orleans schools continue a three-year slide

The New Orleans Tribune
A New Orleans Tribune Editorial: Faking the Grade

Huffington Post
New Orleans Schools’ 2017 District Grade: Big Flop.

Arkansas Times
The New Orleans charter school ‘miracle’? It’s a ruse

The Advocate
Want to be a teacher in Louisiana? You’ll have to go through a year of preparation under new requirements

Daily World
District makes plans to move forward following low scores

The Advocate
Incoming superintendent looks to take Central schools to ‘world class’ status

The Advocate
Letters: Louisiana School Finder gives parents the information to help children succeed

The Times-Picayune
Tulane wins $500,000 grant to send more public school graduates to college

The New Orleans Advocate
Cowen Institute launches new initiative to help New Orleans public school students enter, complete college

Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
Publisher: The elephant in the classroom

American Federation for Children

Making Sense of School Choice Research (Halli Faulkner)


The New York Times
Opinion | Letter: A Tax Break for Education

Should all schools operate as charter schools?

The Washington Post
Private school enrollment contributes to school segregation, study finds

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