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Johann Calhoun is the bureau chief for Chalkbeat Philadelphia. Throughout his career, he has been committed to local news and to serving local communities. Johann is a former senior editor at The Philadelphia Tribune, with stints at The Courier Post in South Jersey and the Bucks County Courier Times. He has taught computer assisted reporting as an adjunct instructor at Temple University and has served as a regional director for the National Association of Black Journalists and chapter president for the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists.

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What’s next in search to find Philly’s new schools superintendent

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School repair should remain in federal bill, Philly officials urge

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Some kids ‘don’t come back’: One Philly school grapples with gun violence

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Philly parents and teachers wonder what’s next after Hite announces exit

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Hite will leave superintendent post after nearly 10 years at the helm of Philadelphia schools

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Shutdowns, testing, quarantines have become a maze for Philadelphia parents to navigate

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Another Philadelphia school temporarily shut due to COVID cases

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Three schools in Philadelphia temporarily close due to COVID cases

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After parents express frustration with weather notifications, Philadelphia schools go virtual Friday

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Parents, teachers protest building conditions day before Philadelphia students return to school