23 Jun, 2016

Little-Known Project Funds Equity-Focused Education Coverage

June 23rd, 2016|Tags: , , |

How journalists are committing to specialized reporting on the nation's ever-widening opportunity gap.

22 Jun, 2016

“Stop Talking To The Press” About UWS School Integration Plan, Advises Former Daily Show Correspondent

June 22nd, 2016|Tags: , |

That's advice from former "Daily Show" correspondent Jason Jones, quoted on WNYC (Advice from Jason Jones to Upper West Side Parents: Don't Talk to the Press), telling fellow parents to [...]

21 Jun, 2016

How Media Outlets Got Hold Of Orlando Shooter’s Student Records

June 21st, 2016|Tags: , , |

https://twitter.com/PDriscollTBT/status/743515561745858560 Perhaps you were among those who were curious but somewhat surprised to find the Orlando shooter's student records and grades published by various outlets last week. Usually, a federal [...]

20 Jun, 2016

A Moving But Misleading School Closing Story

June 20th, 2016|Tags: , |

Posted on July 11, the 40-minute Embedded podcast called "The School" (above) focuses on the plight of a tiny Pennsylvania high school near Pittsburgh that's graduating its last seniors. It's [...]

14 Jun, 2016

Magazines: A New Era For Education Next

June 14th, 2016|Tags: |

Recent covers from the Hoover/Harvard publication Education Next I had the chance not too long ago to talk with Harvard’s Paul Peterson, who helped launch and grow Education Next into [...]

10 Jun, 2016

Clustering Education Stories Doesn’t Always Work Best

June 10th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Above: Overview of 12 Slate stories from "Tomorrow's Test" series this week. These past few weeks and months have included a number of ambitious, multipart education series: *The WNYC series [...]

9 Jun, 2016

Why Some Parents Choose a Segregated School

June 9th, 2016|Tags: , , |

This WNYC video short (above) shows NYT writer Nikole Hannah-Jones and her husband taking their daughter to a segregated school in Brooklyn. Read the accompanying article by WNYC's Rebecca Carroll here, or [...]

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