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Former NPR education correspondent Anya Kamenetz details insights she gained talking to children and families during the pandemic and discusses her new book. 

New investigation raises questions on spending priorities of local districts and whether states are prepared to effectively track the federal aid (EWA Radio Episode 280)

School leaders are scrambling, yet again, during the third academic year since the pandemic began disrupting education in spring 2020

The Boston Globe’s Bianca Vázquez Toness put the spotlight on families whose educational experiences were most disrupted by the pandemic

As both municipal and higher education leaders tried to fend of COVID-19, the two camps sometimes found themselves at cross-purposes when it came to fiscal and public health challenges

The nearly $2 trillion stimulus package President Joe Biden signed into law last week contains an historic infusion of federal aid for schools, colleges and universities