#tellEWA Member Stories (Jan. 22-28)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
NY1’s Jillian Jorgensen covers the challenges and benefits of remote art classes.
For Education Week, Catherine Gewertz and Stephen Sawchuk dive deep into the questions hanging over President Biden’s goal to open schools.
The CalMatters College Journalism Network shares the stories of six college seniors who will graduate into a pandemic and an economic crisis.
The 74’s Mark Keierleber covers the ways alt-right groups weaponize video games and streaming platforms to radicalize and recruit teens.
Lee V. Gaines of Illinois Public Media examines how the national movement to defend campus cops is playing out at the University of Illinois.
WBEZ’s Sarah Karp chronicles the ripple effect that the pandemic has sent through all aspects of a Chicago family’s daily life.
For The Denver Post, Elizabeth Hernandez covers the fallout on the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus after the school’s visiting conservative scholar faces blowback for his efforts to contest the presidential election.
“Early childhood educators in some states have found themselves snubbed by the very people who once praised them for stepping up in a crisis,” writes Emily Tate of EdSurge after child care workers were denied vaccine priority.
Students of color feel most of their demands have been ignored after statues of Confederate leaders and segregationists still watch over Texas campuses, reports The Texas Tribune’s Kate McGee.
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