#tellEWA Member Stories (July 9-15)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
A records request showed only two people emailed the Alabama superintendent about critical race theory, yet he drafted a resolution targeting the teachings of the academic framework in K-12 schools, Trisha Powell Crain reports for AL.com.
Talia Richman of The Dallas Morning News covers Texas educators’ concerns about a new bill that would require them to disclose their lessons and activities online.
California State University Northridge improved its COVID-19 safety measures and is transforming its facilities and services thanks to federal pandemic relief, reports Larry Gordon for EdSource.
Spotting children with disabilities became difficult for educators during the pandemic, reports Education Week’s Evie Blad.
Seven early childhood educators shared their challenges, fears and anxieties after teaching amid the coronavirus pandemic, reports Rachel Burstein of EdSurge.
Anna Heloski of NerdWallet explains why pursuing a four-year degree is still the best economic investment instead of certifications or skipping college altogether.
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