#tellEWA Member Stories (Jan. 1-7)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
“If there had been a global pandemic back in the early nineties, when I was in 7th grade, I would have been secretly grateful to the virus that got me out of my scary place: the middle school cafeteria,” writes Alyson Klein of Education Week.
Beaumont Enterprises’ Isaac Windes covers how educators across Southeast Texas discussed the Capitol riot with their students in real time.
For Politico, Nicole Gaudiano and Caitlin Emma chronicle the polarizing legacy that Secretary DeVos will leave behind.
Jill Replogle of LAist examines how students, whose financial situations may have changed since initially completing their FAFSA, can ask schools to recalculate their aid package.
Colorado Public Radio’s Jenny Brundin dives deep into the many challenges of addressing the state’s early childhood workforce shortage.
For MindShift, Gail Cornwall reports on the benefits of strong, positive relationships among teachers and other staff members.
KJZZ’s Rocio Hernandez reports on Arizona’s first county to start vaccinating educators.
“Texas education officials want all public school students to take state-required standardized tests digitally by 2022, an effort that could cost school districts millions more collectively each year,” writes Aliyya Swaby of The Texas Tribune.
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