Here are news and opinion stories educators, advocates, policy wonks and makers are talking about today:
News and Analysis
More than twenty years ago when charter schools first got launched in Minnesota no one envisioned that one day we would see charter management networks growing to resemble medium-size school districts. But it has happened. (Huffington Post)
While more students are graduating from high school and college, the number of young students enrolled in preschool in recent years has stagnated. (Huffington Post)
The argument that teachers’ unions support Democratic candidates and education advocacy organizations support Republican candidates is too easy (and maybe even lazy), especially during election season. (Education Week)
Early voting gets underway this morning in Maryland. Voters who want to get their ballot over with will have plenty of options. (WAMU)
New York
Job protections help attract quality educators to the profession. (NY Daily News)


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