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Jan. 31, 2014 1:19 pm

News Links: Philly school to become ‘Center for Excellence in Learning,’ Riding along with the people who help Philly’s chronically homeless, Philadelphia Freedom: The city is now taking requests for what data to set free

  Watch this film by North Philly teens about a shooting Students at Strawberry Mansion High School created a film about a teen shooting funding by U.S. Attorney’s Office and nonprofit EducationWorks. [Technically Philly] CPC reviews plans for Central Northeast, Lower North neighborhoods The Philadelphia City Planning Commission reviewed district-level comprehensive plans for the Lower North and […]
 reel-voices-phila Watch this film by North Philly teens about a shooting Students at Strawberry Mansion High School created a film about a teen shooting funding by U.S. Attorney’s Office and nonprofit EducationWorks. [Technically Philly]
lower-north-investment.752.559.s CPC reviews plans for Central Northeast, Lower North neighborhoods The Philadelphia City Planning Commission reviewed district-level comprehensive plans for the Lower North and Central Northeast sections of Philly earlier this week. [Plan Philly]
l_chris-lehmann_1200x675 Philly school to become ‘Center for Excellence in Learning’ Through a partnership with the Franklin Institute, Science Leadership Academy has developed a inquiry-based, project-driven learning environment that’s earned high praise from educators across the country. [Newsworks]
Riding along with the people who help Philly’s chronically homelessReporter Ryan Briggs shadowed Project H.O.M.E’s outreach coordinator, Sam Santiago, who has spent 14 years building relationships with chronically homeless individuals who often have had negative experiences with shelters and bureaucratic support systems. [citypaper]
George-Matysik-360x360 5 Questions: The Changing Face of Hunger in Philadelphia and its SuburbsGeorge Matysik, the director of governmental affairs and public policy for Philabundance,  talked to Philly Mag about his organization’s growing needs, and how you can help. [Philly Mag]
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Philadelphia Freedom: The city is now taking requests for what data to set free

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The city of Philadelphia is open data  up a notch: they’re by letting the public vote on what data sets to make open next. [ITWorld]

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