For Teacher Appreciation Week 2021, readers told Chalkbeat about the educators who went above and beyond in a school year disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Students from the New York Youth Journalism Association were joined by a group of peers on a Zoom video call to discuss the insurrection at the Capitol and what they think it means for national politics.
Susan Gonzalez is Chalkbeat’s first-ever social media strategist. Here’s how she plans to engage and inform readers using social media.
The coronavirus halted students' performances nationwide. But using the power of social media and the hashtag #SunshineSongs, Broadway star Laura Benanti became their audience.
English learners may have a deeper learning loss during the summer than their native-English speaking peers. But there’s no broad data that proves this.
A majority of U.S. Hispanic students planned to enroll in college last year, but nearly half weren’t ready for college level courses, according to a report from ACT.
Local students participated in the AVID Summer Institute, a national conference for educators who teach college-readiness skills, in Denver this month.
The DPS Board of Education candidates’ activity on social media can provide voters an insight into each candidate’s campaign.