On this week’s episode, James Singleton Charter School, which has been plagued by trouble lately, is facing new accusations from the NOLA Public Schools district. And COVID numbers are again down this week.

The city of New Orleans is considering rolling back a ban on the use of certain types surveillance technology after putting those controls in place in 2020. 

And in-person jury trials are set to resume after a long pause due to the pandemic, and the dockets are very full.

Our guests this week are reporters Marta Jewson, Nick Chrastil and Michael Isaac Stein.

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...