Roundup: Early Warning Systems, Preschool Teacher Training, & Summer School Lunch

Today in education news

Can ‘early warning systems’ keep children from dropping out of school? – The Washington Post ow.ly/XUTE301wdl4

Boys Bear the Brunt of School Discipline | US News ow.ly/AE8Z301wdhl

Preschool Teachers Aren’t Getting The Training They Need – Huffington Post ow.ly/VS4J301wdnV

See also: The Problem With Teaching Preschool Teachers : NPR ow.ly/KlSa301wclm<

Gov. Christie: Proposed School Funding Plan Is About Fairness – WNYC ow.ly/T4cY301wctT

See also: Christie: Give all school districts same amount of aid, provide some towns property tax relief s.nj.com/ePYS9xl

Embattled St. Paul charter school makes deal with teachers –StarTribune.com ow.ly/5P8B301weqE

Charter School Debate Re-Ignites Ahead Of Nashville School Board Candidate Forum | Nashville Public Radio ow.ly/I36m301welT

Defiance, disruption marks raucous Douglas County school board meeting – Denver Post  ow.ly/jYIL301wcXj

In elementary education, ‘doing science’ rather than just memorizing it | PBS NewsHour ow.ly/q3IV301wdAw

Debate erupts over Los Angeles schools’ directive to search students for weapons – The Washington Post ow.ly/n8pi301wcgZ

San Francisco Schools Stop Teaching Algebra in Middle School ow.ly/D2Cv100cfEP

School’s Out, But Lunch Is Still On – The Kojo Nnamdi Show ow.ly/oI5O301wcxb

Alexander Russo

Alexander Russo is a freelance education writer who has created several long-running blogs such as the national news site This Week In Education, District 299 (about Chicago schools), and LA School Report. He can be reached on Twitter at @alexanderrusso, on Facebook, or directly at alexanderrusso@gmail.com.