#tellEWA Member Stories (Feb. 5-11)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
A team of journalists from newsrooms across the Florida Public Media network collaborated on a project (proudly supported by an EWA Reporting Fellowship) exploring COVID-19’s impact on public education.
Chalkbeat Colorado’s Jason Gonzales chronicles the struggles of many older students in a state that offers few targeted programs or other supports for this non-traditional student population.
In a multipart series, the Courier Journal’s Mandy McLaren and Olivia Krauth examine the unintended consequences of Louisville’s well-intentioned busing plan.
Kirk Carapezza of WGBH News reports on the challenges that students who owe money face when their former college withholds their transcripts.
For The Oregonian, Eder Campuzano reports on an analysis of families who chose to delay kindergarten this school year.
With millions of dollars tied to enrollment, schools districts across Texas are waiting to see if they will have the funding they need, reports the Houston Chronicle’s Shelby Webb.
The Seattle Times’ Joy Resmovits covers the way districts are approaching student camera use during remote classes.
Emily Tate of EdSurge covers how the pandemic has played a role in turnover among early childhood educators.
Corbett Smith of The Dallas Morning News reports on Texas’ approach to vaccinating teachers.
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