#tellEWA Member Stories (Jan. 31 – Feb. 6)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
For Pittsburgh’s NPR news station, Sarah Schneider examines how teachers are covering the impeachment trial in their classrooms.
For The 74, Mikhail Zinshteyn reports on the economic benefits that could arise if the government invested in single mothers’ educational success.
Ann Doss Helms of Charlotte’s NPR news station reports on the highlights and areas of concern that have emerged in the second year of Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s desegregation experiment.
EdSource’s Larry Gordon covers how universities are enlisting parents to help improve graduation rates for first-generation college students.
After a revamp, the reopening of a school in San Antonio brings up mixed feelings in the community, reports Camille Phillips for Texas Public Radio.
A governor’s boost in education funding is helpful, but not enough for districts to overcome major budget deficits, reports Jacqueline Rabe Thomas for The CT Mirror.
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