LFC Daily News Clips | December 12, 2017

Good Morning

Public voting is underway for the national “Choices in Education” Video Contest. The 15 finalists have shared their stories on how having educational opportunities changed their lives.

Videos can be viewed at http://www.choicesined.org/vote-now/. Voting continues through January 2.

Have a great day. – Paul


The Advocate
Three New Orleans schools face losing their charters over poor ratings

The News Star
BESE to close failing Tallulah Charter School

The New Orleans Advocate
OPSB superintendent: ‘A Unified Path Forward’ will give students strong boost needed as Recovery schools return

Uptown Messenger
Should high-performing schools be awarded renewal of their charters for a full 10 years?

The Lens
RSD says charter school changed student’s grades to F’s for not attending a summer service program

The Advocate
Dual enrollment? The rules are changing


Washington Examiner
Ted Cruz makes DC school choice push

The 74
Case Study: An ‘Education Return on Investment’ in Funding Parent Empowerment (or When Spending $1 Drives $44 in Proficiency)

Richmond Times Dispatch
Editorial: Is our children learning? Nope. 

The Hechinger Report
Third indication U.S. educational system is deteriorating

The Hechinger Report
Charter school leaders are complicit with segregation, and it’s hurting their movement

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