#tellEWA Member Stories (May 28-June 3)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
The New York Times’ Eliza Shapiro tells the stories of essential school staffers who worked in NYC school buildings throughout the pandemic.
Teaching students about the Tulsa Race Massacre and other unpleasant aspects of history could be derailed because of a new Oklahoma law, reports Tawnell D. Hobbs of The Wall Street Journal.
Asher Lehrer-Small of The 74 provides insight into how an “antiracism teaching ban” is affecting Tulsa schools.
After following a third-grade class throughout an entire school year full of disruptions, Colorado Public Radio’s Jenny Brundin checks in one last time to gather their reflections.
Some school districts used their federal relief aid to invest in questionable products, which were meant to address air quality issues, reports Sara Gregory and Matt Jones of The Virginian-Pilot.
For The Hechinger Report, Kate Rix covers the shortage of school social workers and psychologists who are needed to help students impacted by the pandemic.
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