July 27 – August 2
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week
An analysis by the Palm Beach Post’s Andrew Marra uncovers significant salary declines for veteran teachers even as the cost of living has climbed.
Ryan McKinnon of the Herald Tribune examines child care in Florida, where providers are just scraping by while parents are breaking the bank.
School security is front and center as districts make budgetary decisions for the upcoming school year, reports Melissa Taboada of the Austin American-Statesman.
For The Hechinger Report, Matt Krupnick reports on an innovative summer program for New York City high school students.
With dozens of teachers on the ballot, some school districts in Oklahoma will try a new way to boost voter turnout, reports Ben Felder for The Oklahoman.
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Goldie Blumenstyk explains the growing role of big data in education, and the ethical challenges that come with it.
By 2030, teachers from traditional prep programs could make up less than half of Utah’s teacher workforce, reports Sergio Martínez-Beltrán of the Standard-Examiner.
The Salem Statesman Journal’s Natalie Pate uncovers a pattern of complaints against an Oregon school district and its special education services.
A charter school in New Orleans is facing scrutiny after financial records show possible tax violations, reports Marta Jewson of The Lens.
School districts are planning ahead to cover the potential costs of a mass shooting event on campus, reports the Wall Street Journal’s Tawnell Hobbs.
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