LFC Daily News Clips | December 13, 2017

Good Morning

Today’s must-read column is from Jason Riley at The Wall Street Journal, rebutting the ridiculous claims from the AP story about charters and segregation. http://on.wsj.com/2Cb1IH1

“It isn’t obvious from the media coverage of school choice, but education reform is less a left-right issue than it is an internal debate among Democrats, who are torn between carrying water for organized labor and prioritizing the interest of low-income minorities.”

Enjoy your day. – Paul 


The Advocate
Louisiana public schools face another aid freeze

The New Orleans Advocate
These three New Orleans schools could lose charters in coming year; here’s why

The Times-Picayune
Alice Harte Charter teacher wins $25,000 Milken Educator Award

The Advertiser
Improvements seen at Willow Charter Academy

The Hechinger Report
City that loved and lost high school football finally gets it back
After ripping up an entire school district, charter schools try to mend fences by reviving Friday night lights

Associated Press
Louisiana tweaks the rules for dual enrollment courses

Associated Press
LSU, Louisiana-Lafayette to receive $25,000 to research teacher prep

The Advertiser
There are new requirements to take college classes in high school


The Wall Street Journal
Do Black Students Need White Peers?
A news report worries about the racial makeup of charter schools, despite their better performance.

Education Post
Stop Talking About Charter Schools and Focus on What’s Really Causing Segregation

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