Elissa Nadworny appears in the following:
Monday, September 11, 2023
Is the college degree still worth it in America?
Wednesday, August 30, 2023
Fentanyl-related teen overdose deaths nearly tripled from 2019 to 2021. As the school year gets under way, families in mourning urge education leaders to respond.
Thursday, July 20, 2023
Wesleyan University will end its practice of legacy admissions, which gives preference to children of alumni. This comes after the Supreme Court's decision to ban race-conscious college admissions.
Thursday, July 06, 2023
The U.S. Supreme Court's recent ruling on affirmative action renewed calls for elite institutions to eliminate "legacy" admissions — or granting advantages to the children of people who attended.
Sunday, July 02, 2023
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action, we look at possible implications in higher education, beyond admissions.
Friday, June 30, 2023
The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected race-conscious admissions at Harvard and the University of North Carolina. What does this mean for colleges and perspective students?
Thursday, June 29, 2023
Only a small portion of U.S. colleges have selective admissions, where race-conscious admissions can make a difference in who gets in. But the impacts of banning affirmative action are far wider.
Friday, April 28, 2023
As college tuition continues to rise, families are figuring out where their kids will go to college, and how to pay for it. (Story first aired on All Things Considered on April 27, 2023.)
Thursday, April 27, 2023
As college tuition continues to rise, families are trying to figure out where their kids will go to college and how they'll pay for it.
Saturday, April 15, 2023
In Kharkiv, Ukraine, a kindergarten teacher visits her classroom which hasn't hosted students for more than a year due to Russia's attack on Ukraine.
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
Broken glass, empty desks and a love story: War brought upheaval, scattering classmates across the world. Here's how they're settling in after schooling, friendships and families were uprooted.
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
The Russian invasion of Ukraine impacted one kindergarten class in Kharkiv city — spreading families across the world and forcing them to make choices to deal with trauma affecting their children.
Tuesday, April 11, 2023
The Russian invasion spread families of one kindergarten class in Kharkiv across the world and forced families to make choices about how to deal with trauma manifesting in the country's youngest.
Monday, April 10, 2023
Millions of elderly Ukrainians have remained behind since Russia launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022. The country has the highest proportion of elderly affected by war.
Monday, April 03, 2023
Not everyone can evacuate when there is war. A year ago in Kyiv, NPR profiled three elderly residents who stayed behind — unwilling or unable to leave. A year later, we find out how they are doing.
Wednesday, February 22, 2023
The Russian invasion has cemented the decision for many couples to opt out of having babies, in a country that struggled with incredibly low fertility rates long before the war.
Saturday, January 28, 2023
An elderly couple who survived a Russian air strike in a town on the front lines in Ukraine celebrate the electricity and water they once again have.
Sunday, January 22, 2023
In the past few days, Ukraine saw an attack on an apartment building and a helicopter crash that killed a government official.
Saturday, January 21, 2023
Thousands of Ukrainians jumped into the icy waters of the Dnipro River this week to mark the Feast of the Epiphany, which Christians say marks the baptism of Jesus Christ.
Thursday, January 19, 2023
For many in Ukraine, the tradition of plunging into an icy body of water on Epiphany, which marks the day of Jesus' baptism, serves as a reminder that the new year represents a fresh start.