06.19.2015 AFC Daily News Clips – morning edition

Good morning:

Kevin Chavous was in Detroit yesterday morning to moderate a panel on at the National Newspaper Publishers Association’s annual conference and then headed to Indianapolis to moderate a discussion with former Gov. Mitch Daniels and former Democratic Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson.
Have a great morning,

School Choice Tweet of the Morning:

American Federation for Children:

Kevin P. Chavous leads panel at conference for African American Newspapers http://bit.ly/1QGjXJ2

​School Choice News:

Chalkbeat Indiana: Daniels, Peterson recall the birth of charter schools at Mind Trust event http://bit.ly/1SvoRpF
Detroit News: Jacques: Michigan is missing out on true school choice http://bit.ly/1Bs9cD5
Sun Sentinel: Charter schools provide choice, high standards http://bit.ly/1GvXGWl
AJC.com: If governor wants more opportunity for poor Georgia kids, give parents $8,000 to choose education path http://on-ajc.com/1RfuWUI
Las Vegas Sun: ESA option allows parents to better guide youths’ education http://bit.ly/1Ljkr43
Capitol Hill Times: Charter Schools About Choice In Education, Parents Say http://bit.ly/1Rdjzwq
Governing: Tennessee Leading School Choice Movement for Special Needs Students http://bit.ly/1Fpumgh

Charter School News:

The News Journal: Charter schools get probation, will stay open http://delonline.us/1K1IoLu
Chalkbeat Indiana: Daniels, Peterson recall the birth of charter schools at Mind Trust event http://bit.ly/1QGboOm
The Seattle Times: State’s first charter school given more time to fix its problems http://bit.ly/1fm7xVN
Times-Picayune: Bill requires charter schools to admit special-education students http://bit.ly/1dNWl3g
NJ.com: Better collaboration between public, charter schools won’t come by shutting down charter growth http://bit.ly/1Sv8JEB

Education Reform News:

NJ.com: 5 things you should know about Christie’s education reform agenda http://bit.ly/1GVnqNh


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