#tellEWA Member Stories (June 4-10)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
A plan to give California’s community college system $170 million for faculty is dividing finance officials and professors, explains Mikhail Zinshteyn for Cal Matters.
Education leaders are scrambling to recruit teachers after North Carolina lawmakers required districts to offer summer school, reports Ann Doss Helms of WFAE.
A small but significant percentage of students thrived while learning online, and now many school districts are offering “virtual academies” in response, reports Emily Tate of EdSurge.
Many states require third graders who failed standardized reading tests to repeat the grade, but now some states are revisiting that approach, reports Aallyah Wright for Stateline.
Families vowed to stay involved in their children’s education after enduring a school year disrupted by COVID-19, an EdSource team reports.
The federal Bureau of Indian Education failed to publicly report on student performance for years, so a ProPublica and Arizona Republic reporting team analyzed the data themselves.
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