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PNS Daily Newscast for July 27th, 2016 


Making news today: Hillary Clinton has made history as the first woman in U.S. history to win a major political party's presidential nomination, delegates at the Democratic National Convention are much more diverse than seen at last week's Republican National Convention, and a new smell test could help detect Alzheimer's disease early.

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Early Childhood Education

PHILADELPHIA - An educational leader from the Buckeye State is among those at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The president of ...Read More
AUSTIN, Texas - Congress is considering legislation that would change a program that currently allows schools in high-poverty areas to offer free ...Read More
HARRISBURG, Pa. - Education advocates are raising alarms over a bill in the state Senate they claim would take control of charter schools away from ...Read More
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The battle for quality Pre-K education in Indiana continues as the November election draws near. Governor Mike Pence had pushed ...Read More
RICHMOND, Va. - With schools in Virginia out for the summer, educators stress that we should keep our young students connected to learning, to avoid ...Read More
RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia risks its future if it fails to help the more than a quarter million children living in poverty, say child advocates ...Read More
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SEATTLE - Children who rely on school meal programs often struggle with hunger over the summer, when access to meal programs is limited. According to ...Read More
DENVER -- Giving low-income families a little more money to spend on food would lead to healthier meals and free up funds for other necessities such a ...Read More
DENVER – Summer should be a fun time for all Colorado children, but many are at risk of going hungry when school cafeteria doors close ...Read More
HARRISBURG, Pa. - The state's largest union for teachers says passing the school-funding formula is a step in the right direction, but schools still ...Read More
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