Education: Morning Roundup, Charter School Admissions

Morning Roundup:

From The New York Times: New York Charter Schools Lag in Enrolling Hispanics

Although Hispanics are the largest demographic group in the city's public schools, there are almost twice as many blacks among the 30,000 charter school students. Click here for a fancy interactive map, comparing charter schools across the city and how they differ.

From the Los Angeles Times: California universities consider adopting the T-word: tuition

Since 1960's master plan for public higher education, which had the goal of tuition-free schooling for all, the word has been eschewed in favor of "fees." But recent realities argue for a change.

From The New York Times: More Employers to Require Some College, Report Says

Jobs requiring at least a two-year associate's degree will outpace the number of qualified applicants by at least three million in 2018, according to a report set to be released on Tuesday.

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