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EWA’s Public Editor Emily Richmond interviews a new journalist each week on EWA Radio, a podcast about education and its coverage in the media. If you have an idea for an episode, let Emily know.

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Maryland is a diverse state, but Black teachers are leaving the profession at a higher rate than teachers of other races. Journalist Kristen Griffith explains why and shares why she’d like to see more education stories about certification and licensing (EWA Radio 341).

Learn about concentrated poverty in communities and how to evaluate school funding formulas created to address the problem. (EWA Radio 340)

A surge in school voucher programs in Ohio is part of the continuing effect of the pandemic on public education, reports ProPublica’s Alec MacGillis (EWA Radio 339)

In honor of Student Press Freedom Day, EWA Radio features student journalist Riya Vyas, who exposed allegations of teacher misconduct when she was a high school junior. Plus, the Student Press Law Center’s senior legal counsel offers insight about the importance of student journalism. (EWA Radio 338)

The nation’s student absenteeism crisis, and a surge in school voucher programs in Ohio, are both part of the continuing effect of the pandemic on public education, reports ProPublica’s Alec MacGillis (EWA Radio 337)

Suburban schools promised quality and opportunity. What went wrong? (EWA Radio 336)

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