#tellEWA Member Stories (Oct. 11 – 17)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week
The Hechinger Report’s Jon Marcus reports on the business strategies some colleges are employing in an effort to survive.
For The 74, Mark Keierleber reports on a Florida school district’s effort to create its own police department in a post-Parkland experiment.
Many questions arise as three schools are eligible to leave Tennessee’s turnaround district for the first time, reports Caroline Bauman for Chalkbeat.
EdSurge’s Emily Tate examines a DC school’s turnaround using a new trauma-informed approach to social and emotional learning.
A San Antonio high school is opening a new mental health resource center for students and families, reports Emily Donaldson for Rivard Report.
For Marketplace, Amy Scott highlights a Cincinnati school’s effort to rebuild its neighborhood by bringing stable housing to the area.
Oklahoma City parents are suing Epic Charter Schools after the virtual charter unenrolled students because they were simultaneously attending a private school, reports Jennifer Palmer for Oklahoma Watch.
In Washington State, a grassroots group of parents is hoping to revive an after-school program for Native American students, reports Katie Gillespie for The Columbian.
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