#tellEWA Member Stories (Nov. 15 – 21)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week
Arika Herron and MJ Slaby of The Indianapolis Star cover the Red for Ed Action Day in Indiana, where teachers gathered to seek more spending on public schools.
For EdSurge, Stephen Noonoo breaks down the pressures that have led many teachers to feel demoralized.
Gun violence and mass shootings could be scaring prospective international students away from American universities, reports Karen Fischer for The Chronicle of Higher Education.
For The New York Times, Eliza Shapiro examines the challenges of the growing population of homeless students in New York City by following two students for a day.
The Houston Chronicle’s John Tedesco and Shelby Webb report on the disparity in special education rates between district-run and charter schools in Texas.
For Chalkbeat’s Ready or Not series, Lori Higgins reports on programs that support first-generation and underrepresented college students.
Girls receive more and harsher punishments for dress code violations in Kentucky’s largest school district, reports Oliva Krauth for the Courier Journal.
For the ‘Teens Under Stress’ series, Jenny Brundin of Colorado Public Radio reports on the toll academic stress is taking on teenagers.
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