#tellEWA Member Stories (Oct. 4 – 10)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week
Education Week’s Stephen Sawchuk reports on the challenges civics teachers must navigate in discussing the impeachment process with students.
For EdSurge, Rebecca Koenig examines how the D.C. Central Detention Facility is turning inmates into students under the guidance of a former public school teacher.
For The 74, Kevin Mahnken explores how the movement for change ignited by the Denver teachers’ strike earlier this year is surfacing again in upcoming school board elections.
Research shows several early successes of the partnership model implemented in Michigan, reports Jennifer Chambers for The Detroit News.
For The Daily Progress, Katherine Knott & Ruth Serven Smith report on the decline in access to a program that provides therapeutic services for Virginia students.
The Miami Herald’s Colleen Wright tells the story behind Miami-Dade superintendent Alberto Carvalho, who has remained in the position three times longer than the typical superintendent.
Many Oregon high schools are falling short in how they teach about suicide prevention, with only a patchwork curriculum, reports Ariana Sinclair, Sravya Tadepalli & Michael Tobin for Portland Tribune.
Parents of students enrolled in virtual schools say the educational experience is working better for their children, reports Trisha Powell Crain for AL.com.
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