May 18-May 24
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week
Laura Isensee of Houston Public Media looks at a school safety approach using armed officers on campus.
Legal definitions can get murky when it comes to investigations of campus sexual assault, writes Eric Kelderman of The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Sally Ho ofthe Associated Press looks at the impact of education funding by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Candid classroom conversations are happening at a St. Louis, Missouri, school that prioritizes diversity, reports the Christian Science Monitor’s Stacy Teicher Khadaroo.
Jennifer Chambers of The Detroit News looks back at a busy first year for Detroit’s new schools superintendent.
And Lori Higgins of the Detroit Free Press offers another take on the city’s new schools chief.
Delaware becomes the latest state to face a lawsuit challenging the equity of its school funding formula, explains Delaware Online’s Jessica Bies.
EWA Reporting Fellow Sarah Butrymowiz joins the Educate podcast to discuss potential lessons from school choice models abroad.
Could California boost its lagging national ranking when it comes to per-pupil funding? John Fensterwald of EdSource explores an aggressive proposal to increase spending at public schools.
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