#tellEWA Member Stories (Nov. 13-19)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
For St. Louis Public Radio, Ryan Delaney and Elle Moxley cover how some European countries are keeping schools open.
The Seattle Times’ Joy Resmovits takes a look at where the Biden administration will likely land on a variety of education issues.
The Hechinger Report’s Jon Marcus covers the pandemic’s impact on getting underrepresented students to and through college.
The U.S. Department of Education has been slow to investigate complaints of discrimination related to COVID-19, reports HuffPost’s Rebecca Klein.
For EdSurge’s Pandemic Campus Diaries series, Jeffrey R. Young asks participants to reflect on what they’ve learned from a disrupted semester.
Aallyah Wright and Kelsey Davis Betz of Mississippi Today cover the concerns of teachers and parents on how school districts are communicating during the pandemic.
The Lens’ Marta Jewson reports on discrimination lawsuits filed against two religious schools that accepted federal aid through the Payroll Protection Program.
“Pandemic or not, the type and quality of help students receive depend on where a student attends school,” writes the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s Emily Walkenhorst on the mental health services available.
Chalkbeat’s Mila Koumpilova and Sam Park team up to cover the enrollment declines at Chicago’s high-poverty schools.
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