#tellEWA Member Stories (Dec. 11-17)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
Chalkbeat Colorado’s Yesenia Robles reports on an advisory group of Latino parents who are hoping to keep their local school district on track in its equity work.
Jeff Young of EdSurge talks with students and professors about which campus reopening decision was the right one for them.
The Dallas Morning News’ Emily Donaldson covers a recent Texas Education Agency investigation of a local school board that revealed startling allegations.
Universities are seeing an increase in academic misconduct cases as courses and assignments move online, reports Kate McGee of The Texas Tribune.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Bill Schackner reports on a new program that could help address Pennsylvania’s longstanding college enrollment woes.
Aallyah Wright of Mississippi Today covers the racial divide in teacher preparation programs.
CT Mirror’s Jacqueline Rabe Thomas reports on a coalition’s call to legislators to address vast disparities in school spending.
Laura Isensee of Houston Public Media covers a change in a district’s policy regarding quarantined teachers and sick leave.
The Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s Louis Llovio reports on an organization’s efforts to bridge the digital literacy gap among students.
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