#tellEWA Member Stories (Jan. 17 – Jan. 23)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
For The Chronicle of Higher Education, Kelly Field reports on the efforts of a small Rhode Island college to remake higher education for those with some college, but no degree.
Columbia River Maritime Museum’s miniboat program provides students with a unique opportunity to brainstorm and troubleshoot, reports Katie Gillespie for The Columbian.
Texas Public Radio’s Paul Flahive examines the state’s convoluted way of regulating career schools and coding bootcamps.
The 1619 Project is set to become a mandated part of Buffalo’s curriculum, reports Kyle S. Mackie for Buffalo’s NPR News Station.
For The Register-Guard, Jordyn Brown covers how a middle school mentorship program is helping students build self-confidence, self-worth, and resilience.
CPR News’ Jenny Brundin reports on the tips a psychologist and educator gives on managing student stress.
Orlando Sentinel’s Leslie Postal and Annie Martin report on anti-LGBT schools in Florida receiving over $129 million in funding via school vouchers.
An AP Capstone Program is designed to prepare students for college-level academic research, reports Claire Lowe for The Press of Atlantic City.
For The Duluth News Tribune, Adelle Whitefoot covers a school district’s boundary study that has students and parents on opposite sides of the debate.
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