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diana lambert 3h
Here's part 2 of the EdSource report on the need for affordable housing for teachers. In need of teacher housing, more California school districts building their own via
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Manar Sabry 10m
amazing presentation at the
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The Lens Apr 17
Parents are anxiously awaiting results from New Orleans' citywide enrollment lottery. Nearly 1,000 students at closing schools receive priority treatment, officials say.
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EWA 2h
This week's includes news about affordable housing for school employees, economic segregation of schools, and more: HT
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Maddy Will Apr 3
“I don’t want to not teach anymore, but I also want to be a mother and have my family as well. ... When do teachers get to be humans?” Many teachers don't receive paid parental leave, forcing them to return to class before they're ready.
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Justin Murphy Apr 12
Lawsuit raises interesting question of legal culpability of medical provider, school afte a student suicide.
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Natalie Pate Apr 9
: Proposed bill would allow gun safety classes for first graders in schools via
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Eva-Marie Ayala Apr 17
Frisco is one of the few places in Texas where Asians makeup a majority of students on some campuses. But the school board is not diverse. A lawsuit aims to change that.
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Elizabeth Hernandez Apr 17
University of Colorado regent says presidential announcement rushed: "We need the press and the public to do the job in vetting him." via
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Emily Richmond Apr 3
My pick for this week's : The is delivering master class in investigative reporting. & even took time to check literary merits of mayor's picture book at heart of widening scandal. Local. Journalism. Matters.
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Amelia Pak-Harvey Apr 3
The late bus: why CCSD had over 11K tardies this year. Our latest project analyzed recorded tardies and calculated which schools are hurt most (look up your school here). But beyond that, we took a look at WHY — shortage, absenteeism + low morale:
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Rachel Alexander 5h
Hallman Elementary, opened in 2001, was the worst-performing high-poverty elementary school in Oregon when it won a $3m improvement grant in 2010. Now, it's seeking stability as staff work to boost student achievement
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Emily Richmond Apr 17
It’s true: seeing the great work shared for is a highlight of my week. Whatcha got this time, journos? (Don’t @ me for a non-seasonal GIF, .)
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Scott Travis Feb 13
Broward schools turned down a potential $55 million for school safety, money that might have made them better prepared for one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history. They claimed they already had a plan to keep schools safe.
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Emily Richmond Apr 3
Hey, journo members: What's your best work of the past 7 days? Hurry, hurry, hurry and !
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Chad Livengood Dec 17
2019 OUTLOOK: schools chief is quietly pitching corporate leaders on adopting a city school for philanthropic renovations or building new ones as a way to solve the district’s inability to borrow money for capital improvements.
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Rachel Alexander 9h
Today's dispatch in my series on schools: how a federal grant took Hallman Elementary from one of the worst-performing schools in Oregon to a success - and what happened after
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Jenny Abamu Feb 28
NEW: Spent a few months working on this story about cultural tensions rising between students and professors. At UMD, students took their case to the school’s Office of Civil Rights & Sexual Misconduct and now it's under investigation.
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Laura Faith Kebede Apr 3
. investigated a charter school that falsified grades and awarded credits for a geometry class that did not exist. That triggered an investigation. Yesterday, the confirmed the school should close
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Natalie Pate Apr 4
: Early learning, behavioral supports among top priorities outlined in proposed Student Success Act. via
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