#tellEWA Member Stories (Sept. 27 – Oct. 3)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week
In a new investigation Jessica Calefati, Jesenia De Moya Correa and Kristen A. Graham of the Philadelphia Inquirer look at troubling discrepancies in student attendance records that could threaten per-pupil funding for one of the city’s struggling high schools.
The decline in the share of middle-class college students has prompted schools to offer special scholarships, reports Jon Marcus for The Hechinger Report.
For The Christian Science Monitor, Stacy Teicher Khadaroo reports on the federal ruling in the Harvard admissions lawsuit and the expected future of the case.
Amelia Pak-Harvey examines the process and results of principal evaluation in the Clark County School District, for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Parents and students in Dekalb County are on edge about the rising number of guns discovered at high schools, reports Marlon A. Walker for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
As part of a year-long series for Education Dive, Linda Jacobson reports on the experiences of a new principal trying to roll out new initiatives.
E-cigarettes are now prohibited on all Texas A&M campuses in response to a national outcry over vaping deaths, reports Rebekah Allen for The Dallas Morning News.
For the Orlando Sentinel, Annie Martin explores the debate about the University of Central Florida’s plans for a $1 million donation.
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