#tellEWA Member Stories (July 2-8)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
Two Boston Globe reporters separately highlighted the lack of educators of color in leadership and Boston Public Schools’ alleged coverup of racially charged text messages from former employees.
California colleges intend to address learning loss by offering tutoring and academic counseling for incoming freshmen this fall, Larry Gordon reports for EdSource.
A national accreditor placed Tulane University’s graduate medical education program on probation after racism allegations, reports Philip Kiefer for The Lens.
Homeschooling programs started by California families saw a large increase due to the coronavirus pandemic, explains Diana Lambert for EdSource.
After a Minnesota school board leader publicly misinterpreted critical race theory and spread misinformation, Jamey Malcomb of the Duluth News Tribune explains the academic framework.
The pandemic sparked a wave of resignations and retirements among teachers and other school staff, reports Molly Bohannon for The Coloradoan.
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