#tellEWA Member Stories (Dec. 18-23)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
The Indy Star’s Arika Herron covers a superintendent’s important snow day assignment for students.
Jacqueline Rabe Thomas of The CT Mirror reports on the nomination of Miguel Cardona for U.S. Secretary of Education.
For The Texas Tribune, Melissa Taboada covers the pandemic’s impact on students’ mental health.
NPR’s Elissa Nadworny probes the causes and implications of this fall’s college enrollment declines.
Diana Lambert of EdSource writes about California’s efforts to prioritize teachers and other school staff for COVID-19 vaccines.
The Duluth News Tribune’s Adelle Whitefoot reports on the advice scholarship experts have for students looking to pay for college.
A team at Chalkbeat reports on an analysis that details the pandemic’s devastating toll on public school enrollment.
The Arizona Republic’s Lily Altavena covers one of the first districts in the state to bring The 1619 Project into the classroom.
For Oregon Public Broadcasting’s “Class Of 2025” series, Elizabeth Miller covers the life of new teachers in 2020.
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