This week on Behind the Lens, Singleton Charter School receives another warning from the NOLA Public Schools district, this time for allegedly violating state ethics laws.

Entergy and the New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board announced they will partner on a $74 million power substation to provide dedicated electricity to the city’s water and drainage systems.

And the ACLU of Louisiana has filed suit against several police officers and a neighborhood security district for an incident last summer involving three young Black men in Uptown New Orleans.

Our guests this week are education reporter Marta Jewson, government and cultural economy reporter Michael Isaac Stein, criminal justice reporter Nick Chrastil, and The Lens Editor Charles Maldonado.

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Carolyne Heldman

Carolyne Heldman has been in media for 35 years, most recently as Executive Director at an NPR member station in Colorado where she was responsible for new multi-platform content initiatives, strategic...