12.09.2014 AFC Daily News Clips – morning edition

Good morning:

The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty issued a new report comparing accountability laws applied to the state’s choice schools verse public schools [spoiler alert: choice schools are held to higher standards].
In case you missed it, Derrell Bradford wrote a provocative and thought provoking blog relating to our work in education reform and the untimely death of Eric Garner. Be sure to read the full blog before responding (H/T to Ed Kirby for passing along).
Have a great morning,

School Choice Tweet of the morning:​

​School Choice News:

Watchdog: Why aren’t Republicans trying harder to reach school-choice voters? http://bit.ly/1yLtTGc
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin voucher programs march toward 30,000 student threshold http://bit.ly/1wv4xh2
redefinED: Report tackles information, transportation, and other school choice obstacles http://bit.ly/1Ge9SIS
redefinED: Stop pitting public schools vs. private: Florida pastors, podcastEd http://bit.ly/1yw7pp1
redefinED: Another Florida school board member backs tax credit scholarships http://bit.ly/1zFGvNn
Cabinet Report: How parents use school choice options http://bit.ly/1AUClCa
Denver Post: Douglas County voucher case heads for Colorado Supreme Court http://dpo.st/1s4N3Gt

Charter School News:

Tampa Tribune: Hillsborough board may approve two new charter schools http://bit.ly/1vJ4Na5
WPVI Philadelphia: Applicants, protestors at Philly Charter School Hearing http://6abc.cm/1qpkZMW
Indy Week: Charter school study in Wake County may provide focus for urban renewal efforts http://bit.ly/1B0qOBB
Press-Telegram: New City School rallies to sway Long Beach Unified to renew charter http://bit.ly/1wbvzXl

Education Reform News:

Daily Signal: Legislation Lets States Cut Ties Between Common Core and Federal Grants http://dailysign.al/1yynEBN
Chalkbeat Tennessee: Colocation presents hurdles, opportunities http://bit.ly/1B0swCY


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