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Devna Bose is a reporter for Chalkbeat Newark and a 2019 Report For America corps member. She is a Mississippi native and previously reported for several community newspapers in her home state. Her work — including feature writing, photography, and design — has won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Mississippi Press Association. She is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, where she was managing editor of the student newspaper, The Daily Mississippian. You can find her on Twitter @devnabose.

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Newark Teachers Union promises to ensure all school staff receive asthma training

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‘It’s killing children and no one is talking about it’: Asthma is taking a steep toll on Newark’s students and their schools

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With an eye on engagement, Newark schools look to create a parent advisory council

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Newark Students Union proposes a grassroots alternative to the district’s new student advisory cabinet

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Shabazz unveiled as Newark’s fifth career academy; will offer engineering classes

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Newark’s new enrollment system launches this weekend, but questions remain about how it will work

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Newark fails to enforce key special education mandates, state report says

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Weequahic classrooms transformed into health clinics and labs as part of Newark’s career readiness push

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Inspired by his own black male teachers, this Newark native returned to his hometown to ‘pay it forward’

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Newark schools awarded $6.5M for student mental health supports