Chalkbeat Staff

We’re introducing you to eight exceptional educators. Hear what motivates them — and about the self-care rituals that help ground them.
Here is everything you need to know about how critical race theory has shaped the Tennessee curriculum debate up to this point — and what may be on the horizon.
Students, experts, and educators will discuss their ideas on how CRT debates and proposed book bans are affecting schools. Here’s our reading list.
Our newsroom has worked with several dedicated photographers to document these times. These journalists have given us a bird’s eye view of what we otherwise couldn’t see — the lived experiences of school communities that we cover.
Here’s up-to-date information for parents and students on COVID safety protocols in Chicago’s public schools.
Our education bill tracker follows 2022 Colorado education bills from introduction to the governor’s desk. Follow preschool, K-12, and postsecondary legislation here.
Some schools will offer enrichment activities but most will be closed as a labor dispute stretches on.
From chronic absenteeism to COVID safety: Here’s what is topping our coverage list this year and how you can help
Educators have found themselves in the role of legal analyst, discussion leader, and counselor.
We want to know how this news is affecting your students and classroom discussions.
Supply chain interruptions and staffing issues have forced some schools to pare down their lunch menus. We want to know what’s happening here.
If the Brooklyn borough president prevails, he would control the nation’s largest school system starting Jan. 1, 2022.
As the 2020-2021 school year draws to a close, Chalkbeat wants to look back on how face coverings changed the nature of schooling. And we need your help.
In partnership with the Campaign for Children, Chalkbeat will push the Democratic candidates to spell out their visions for educating the city’s youngest learners.
On the coronavirus anniversary, Chalkbeat reflects on what we’ve learned about schools during a period of disrupted learning.
A glimpse into the lives of six New York City third graders reveals that remote learning can feel discouraging and difficult for students and their caregivers, but it can also include moments of joy and connection.
From preschool to postsecondary, keep track of education bills in the 2021 session of the Colorado General Assembly.
Here’s how teachers, students, and parents are approaching the United States presidential inauguration through lessons, viewing parties, and more.
Scrapping lesson plans, teachers became facilitators and sources for correcting misinformation.
Chalkbeat Chicago solicited questions on social media about the elections. Here’s what we learned.
The reversal would be significant nationally, since it would make Chicago the latest large school district to announce an all-remote start.
We’re always on the lookout for compelling pieces for our First Person series.