#tellEWA Member Stories (Apr. 16-22)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
Authorities restraining children using techniques like those used against George Floyd is commonplace in Minnesota schools, the 74’s Mark Keierleber reports.
Faculty members at a private Oregon university call for the university president and board chair to resign after the latter two allegedly made anti-Semitic comments, reports Meerah Powell of OPB.
In a nuanced piece, Lydia Denworth of Scientific American explains why parents and teachers should understand adolescent brains, such as how they make healthy choices and what motivates them.
Denver high school students are standing up against sexual violence, explains Jenny Brundin of Colorado Public Radio.
Families like the ones documented by Jackie Mader of The Hechinger Report were crippled financially by the pandemic.
Three EdSource reporters gave readers a look inside one of the first California school districts to bring back students five days a week for in-person learning.
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