#tellEWA Member Stories (July 23-29)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
After the pandemic reduced college enrollment in 2020, New Jersey colleges and universities hope in-person classes and activities will increase student enrollment this year, reports Claire Lowe for The Press of Atlantic City.
Because a governor’s order prohibits vaccine mandates at Idaho colleges, education leaders are encouraging students to get vaccinated, appealing to their sense of community, Kevin Richert writes for Idaho Education News.
Texas education leaders see tutoring as part of a key long-term strategy to help students who experienced learning loss during the pandemic, Talia Richman reports for The Dallas Morning News.
After pre-K and kindergarten enrollment declined during the pandemic, early childhood teachers will work to close learning gaps this fall, San Antonio Report’s Brooke Crum writes.
The Hechinger Report’s Emily Kaplan covers an alternative Texas high school that offers resources to help teen mothers graduate.
People 50 and older ran into serious issues repaying Parent PLUS loans, contributing to them owing $336 billion, Matt Krupnick reports for Newsweek.
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