Watch & Listen
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Some children face physical, mental and emotional dangers: They climb over, squeeze between and crawl under train cars just to get to school. ProPublica’s Topher Sanders discusses how he collaborated with other journalists to investigate the ongoing problem of blocked crossings in Hammond, Indiana. (EWA Radio Episode 321)
Focusing on maternal health and family support, child care, and children anywhere from prekindergarten to third grade, Jackie Mader has covered early childhood education for The Hechinger Report for eight years. She explains why it’s like covering so many “beats within a beat,” the various factors that affect a child’s development, how she approaches her reporting, and more. (EWA Radio Episode 320)
Mirtha Donastorg shared nine things she learned covering HBCUs with EWA Radio. Here’s a fact we didn’t know: Some HBCUs are now majority white. She also explains why people who went to HBCUs love HBCUs so much, discusses research on the protective health effects of attending an HBCU and more. (EWA Radio Episode 319)
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The hours after the school day ends but before the workday finishes is challenging. How are families finding after-school care? While reporting for Vox and an EWA Reporting Fellowship, Rachel Cohen discovered example programs. She details her findings and the challenges families and child care providers face. (Episode 318)