#tellEWA Member Stories (Feb. 7 – Feb. 13)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
In a two-part series, The Hechinger Report’s Bracey Harris covers Mississippi’s desegregation successes and failures.
Seattle Times’ Neal Morton takes an in-depth look at Australia’s early intervention efforts to steer students away from homelessness and dropping out.
For the Charleston Gazette-Mail, Ryan Quinn reports on the West Virginia Board of Education’s latest decisions on charter school applications and social studies standards.
In a letter to the University of Michigan president, students and faculty say they’ve lost trust in school leaders who handle sexual misconduct complaints, reports Kim Kozlowski for The Detroit News.
One year after Denver’s teacher strike, Denver Post’s Elizabeth Hernandez examines the impacts of the strike.
For The Loyola Phoenix, Mary Chappell and Kayleigh Pader report on a student’s participation in the university’s graduation ceremony after a rape investigation led to his expulsion.
CPR News’ Jenny Brundin covers a program that is designed to help teachers cope with stress and manage their own emotions.
For Vermont Public Radio, Amy Kolb Noyes reports on the closing of small, independent colleges and looks at what some colleges are doing to survive.
Texas State University has become a caldron of America’s racial and political divisions, reports Michael Vasquez for The Chronicle.
A group of Low-income students in NYC’s highly segregated schools make a staggering commitment for a shot at college and career success, reports Taylor Swaak for The 74.
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