Aubri Juhasz

Education Reporter

Aubri Juhasz is the education reporter for New Orleans Public Radio. Before coming to New Orleans, she was a producer for National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. She helped lead the show's technology and book coverage and reported her own feature stories, including the surge in cycling deaths in New York City and the decision by some states to offer competitive video gaming to high school students as an extracurricular activity.

She grew up on Long Island and holds a bachelor's degree in English and political science from Barnard College, Columbia University.

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WWNO’s Education Desk wants to collect stories from New Orleans teachers.* Tell us what you’ve learned this year and how it’s influenced the way you teach. Your answers could appear on-air or online.

NOLA Public Schools reported 80 active cases of COVID-19 Thursday, two cases less than the week before. The number of people in quarantine was also down from 839 to 712.

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After college students were sent home in March and graduation ceremonies were canceled, Dinah Cador and her friends made a pact. If they returned to campus in the fall, they’d do everything in their power to prevent the spread of the virus. If they held to it — and if their classmates did, too — maybe they’d get to walk at their own graduation.

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Lawrence D. Crocker College Prep was the only school not recommended for charter renewal at Tuesday’s special meeting of the Orleans Parish School Board. Of the 18 schools up for renewal this year, Crocker is the lowest-performing.

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Mayor LaToya Cantrell’s plan to restructure property tax dedications failed Saturday when voters rejected the city’s millage proposal, which would have reduced the public library’s funding by 40 percent.