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Posted Nov. 15, 2019

Is Education Journalism Driving School Segregation?

The question in the headline above must be asked because a recent study concludes that informed parents exercising choice are a cause of segregation. If…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted Nov. 26, 2018

The Best Way to Fight Fake News Is With Real Teaching

A couple months ago, I heard a student at my school shout “fake news!” at friends down the hallway. It’s actually a pretty common occurrence…

By Kate Hardiman

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Posted May 15, 2018

Reflections on Edu-Journalism on the Eve of EWA

This week, education writers meet in Los Angeles for an annual conference. Their work is read by millions of people every day and shared widely…

By Peter Cunningham

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Posted July 6, 2016

Coffee Break: Journalist Kavitha Cardoza on Slipping in the Wonk, Her ‘Mishmash’ Background and ‘Breaking Ground’

After covering education for eight years in the nation’s capital for NPR-affiliate WAMU, Kavitha Cardoza joins Education Week on Aug. 1, as a part of…

By Michael Vaughn

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Posted Mar. 3, 2016

Just How White Is Education Journalism? Turns Out, Pretty White

In light of #OscarsSoWhite, I asked around a few education newsrooms to find out how things were going on the racial diversity front. What seems clear from these initial anecdotal results is that the education beat may be lagging behind in the industry-wide push to diversify editors and reporters, with standalone nonprofit education outlets incurring additional challenges beyond hiring and retention. Before reporting the initial…

By Alexander Russo

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Posted Nov. 18, 2021

If You’ve Been Silent About Child Justice, We Need You Now More Than Ever

We have a problem. The global COVID-19 pandemic has not only created a storm of challenges in policy and practice for public education; it also…

By Chris Stewart

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Posted Nov. 22, 2021

Current Events Put Racism on Display, No Matter How Hard Some Try to Hide It

In the words of Mugatu, I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. Defense lawyers in the trial seeking justice for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery,…

By Zachary Wright 

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Posted Nov. 23, 2021

Not Every Kid Looks Forward to Holiday Breaks

As a kid, I didn’t look forward to the holidays as much as my classmates did because it meant more time in a home that…

By Kelly D. Holstine

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