#tellEWA Member Stories (Aug. 28-Sept. 3)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
As schools in Florida start to open, Jeffrey S. Solochek of the Tampa Bay Times compiles the education news from around the state.
Eric Kelderman of The Chronicle of Higher Education examines the impact of cancelling or postponing college athletics on small colleges.
Austin Statesman’s Melissa B. Taboada covers the shortage of school nurses and the crucial role they play in reopening schools.
Community leaders are concerned about the potential lasting negative impact of students deferring college, reports Jason Gonzales of Chalkbeat.
WLRN’s Jessica Bakeman covers the obstacles facing student activists in South Florida who want to get police out of schools.
A Texas teacher was placed on leave after parents complained about a graphic she planned to use during remote learning that showed support for Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ students, reports Camille Phillips of Texas Public Radio.
Claire McInerny of KUT chronicles an Austin mom’s ongoing challenge with child care during the coronavirus pandemic.
San Antonio Report’s Emily Donaldson breaks down what the return to campus looks like from pre-K to college.
Michelle Baruchman of The Seattle Times reports on new student survey results that shed light on students’ remote learning, mental health and socializing needs.
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