Hannah Natanson

Hannah Natanson

@hannah_natanson

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Reporter for The Washington Post covering education and K-12 schools in Virginia. Email me at hannah.natanson@washpost.com.

Washington, D.C.
Joined on December 21, 2015
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life ( in the form of @ianshapira's dogged reporting ), coming at you fast, etc https://t.co/PV6BVmrA9p https://t.co/bRT8CHWmnG
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life ( in the form of @ianshapira's dogged reporting ), coming at you fast, etc https://t.co/PV6BVmrA9p https://t.co/bRT8CHWmnG

Here’s the racist students at VMI insisting that the other racist students be less racist on social media, because they thought @ianshapira might be reading. He was.
https://t.co/vtRJftc2yf https://t.co/mrXkRcovyS

Here’s the racist students at VMI insisting that the other racist students be less racist on social media, because they thought @ianshapira might be reading. He was. https://t.co/vtRJftc2yf https://t.co/mrXkRcovyS

In front of RFK stadium in Washington DC, a memorial to Americans who have died from COVID-19. It goes and goes and goes. https://t.co/fV7VvAVJEO
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In front of RFK stadium in Washington DC, a memorial to Americans who have died from COVID-19. It goes and goes and goes. https://t.co/fV7VvAVJEO

Are you a high-schooler in D.C., Maryland or Virginia who will be volunteering to staff a voting station on Election Day? I want to talk to you! Please get in touch: I'm at hannah.natanson@washpost.com.

The @washingtonpost has an all-star team out covering early voting in Maryland — where lines are massive, and a clear theme is developing…

“Voter after voter on Monday said they were determined to remove Trump. [Said a 73yo w/ diabetes:] 'I need to get that man out of office.'" https://t.co/gi8wdTzgF8 https://t.co/QmRQNcbt3p

The @washingtonpost has an all-star team out covering early voting in Maryland — where lines are massive, and a clear theme is developing… “Voter after voter on Monday said they were determined to remove Trump. [Said a 73yo w/ diabetes:] 'I need to get that man out of office.'" https://t.co/gi8wdTzgF8 https://t.co/QmRQNcbt3p

Quoted @rorycooper

Coalition of parents announce recall effort for @fcpsnews school board members. #OpenFCPS https://t.co/1nRVum34iq

Coalition of parents announce recall effort for @fcpsnews school board members. #OpenFCPS https://t.co/1nRVum34iq

A group of ~50 parents in Fairfax County, Virginia's largest district, is petitioning to remove two school board members over what the parents call their "dereliction of duties" — specifically, the failure to reopen campuses and provide five days a week of in-person education. https://t.co/QLR1NhvFrs

Early voting is underway in Maryland and the lines are long at this early voting site in Prince George’s County where hundreds showed up at 7 am to cast their votes early, many with folding chairs in hands. @OvettaWashPost, @rebtanhs and I will be reporting today from the polls https://t.co/NBbX8u5ZZk

No one is sure how many headstones might lie out in the mud — probably hundreds, possibly thousands. The older ones made of limestone are worn almost smooth by 60 years in the river, but the granite stones often look brand new. Via ⁦@SchneiderGhttps://t.co/tFx97zpJLl

Fairfax County School Board directs superintendent to develop a more equitable ‘talent development’ program for Thomas Jefferson High School https://t.co/KricSuLvOS

Of those 545 children: 60 were under the age of 5. https://t.co/MNKvBmx6Yt

D.C Public Schools released some important data today on impact of virtual learning on students: For K-2 students: There has been a 9 percentage point drop in students meeting literacy benchmarks 22 % point drop for kindergartners meeting these benchmarks

A team of Post journalists spent the better part of the summer examining George Floyd’s life deeply and learning how his life and ambitions were derailed by our nation's systemic racism. The first in our new series publishes today and thru October. https://t.co/BOZrJ5zAEb

Quoted @ELaserDavies

Very excited to share that I have *officially* joined @postlocal, where I will continue writing about COVID-19's impact on the Washington region. A big thank you to everyone who helped me get here! https://t.co/00fjK3exkH

This brings the number of WashPost Emilys to ... at least 12? (cc @emilysabens @EmilyGiam @eschow @EmilyLangerWP @emily_wax @emilyaheil @EmGusk @EmilyYahr @emilyrauhala + 2 w/o Twitter) To my six fellow newsroom Hannahs, we gotta up our game https://t.co/VQhQlM74uB

Goodnight and sleep well because the news can and will get dumber

Scientists find a mass grave in Tulsa that might be from 1921 race massacre https://t.co/vwsqAWhWfg via @DeNeenLBrown

one of these things is not like the others https://t.co/HQnTHl631Y

one of these things is not like the others https://t.co/HQnTHl631Y

What's it like to be one of just a few Black students at an elite public high school, lobbying for change in admissions policies? @hannah_natanson brings you the story of Didi https://t.co/vilfBdkCI7

NEW: CDC updates guidance that greatly expands the pool of people considered at risk for covid-19 by updating the definition of who is a "close contact" of an infected individual. Mask-wearing even more important. @bylenasun https://t.co/PLx2ESw7lD

I get it. It's hard to read anything right now not related to the pandemic or the election. But my colleagues are doing so much great work about other things. (1/)

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