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Students who are homeless in rural areas receive most of their support from their school districts. Journalist Samantha Shapiro explains their challenges and why they need more help.
Daarel Burnette and Andrew Ujifusa spent over 25 years combined reporting on the education beat before recently becoming editors. They discuss everything from school boards to the state of education journalism.
Scores of Hasidic Jewish religious schools are failing to provide a basic education to students, The New York Times’ Brian Rosenthal and Eliza Shapiro found.
Evan Mandery, a John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor and author, explains how elite colleges close off opportunities to low-income students.
Hannah Dellinger and Alejandro Serrano’s reporting on book bans in Texas schools resulted in over 25 stories and an interactive database. They detail their in-depth investigation.
Former NPR education correspondent Anya Kamenetz details insights she gained talking to children and families during the pandemic and discusses her new book.