This series was produced in partnership with the nonprofit investigative news organization ProPublica. Using federal data from Miseducation, an interactive database built by ProPublica, Chalkbeat explored inequities in education at the local level.
The percentage of Colorado’s teachers in their first or second year in the classroom is among the highest in the nation. That has consequences for students and teachers.
Tennessee has a lot of early-career teachers, especially at schools with more students of color. Here’s why it matters.
This story is a part of the series Miseducation, a reporting partnership between ProPublica and Chalkbeat. We used federal data compiled and analyzed by ProPublica to explore inequities in education at the local level.
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