Roundup: Charter Rules, School Money, Homeless Students

On the streets. With a newborn. And trying to graduate high school | KUOW News and Information ow.ly/pABj301yATQ

Late Deal in Albany Could Allow Charter Schools to Hire More Uncertified Teachers – The New York Times ow.ly/WISy301yABp

City Criticizes Management at NY Charters – WSJow.ly/SKP7100cmtP

What Experts Said at The New York Times Education Conference – The New York Times ow.ly/VvTI301yACE

In Southern schools, segregation and inequality aren’t just history — they’re reality | PBS NewsHour ow.ly/4sCL301yALA

Chaos, Change And No Change At All: 3 Stories Of School Money : NPR Ed : NPR ow.ly/1N1R301yAGe

LAUSD more than doubles transitional kindergarten seats for coming year | 89.3 KPCC ow.ly/lthu301yAIy

Schools save money, time by virtualizing desktop computers | Education Dive ow.ly/x9D9301yBip

Two More Ex-Administrators Plead Guilty in Texas Border School Testing Scandal ow.ly/i0RX301yBII

St. Paul Schools drama: Silva is out, Thein is interim supe, O’Connell resigns | MinnPost ow.ly/h5Xz301yC7u

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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.