Educated Reporter

Read practical advice from EWA staffers and guest journalists from around the United States about all things education.

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Charlotte West writes about incarcerated students and college-in-prison programs for Open Campus. After growing her beat over the last year, Charlotte shares wh...
Arts education contributes to overall student achievement and well-being. But not every student has access, including those who are Black, Latino and low-income...
Thanks to the journalists who helped us write the most popular EWA blogs this year. ...
Public Editor Kavitha Cardoza shares this year’s most popular EWA Radio episodes. Re-listen to your favorite podcast episodes, or catch up on what you missed!...
Some U.S. schools plan to use federal pandemic relief funds to improve indoor air quality. Journalists covering the issue need to know what the research says ab...
Native reporters and educators provide tips for covering Indigenous students amid critical race theory claims, renewed efforts to teach Native history, and some...
Featuring recent interviews with education journalists and experts who discussed the nation’s student mental health crisis at EWA’s 2022 National Seminar, t...
Meanville, USA, was an average American town. Until one day, a local journalist had to figure the best way to explain how town administrators planned to spend a...
Many people get 'percent change' and 'percentage-point change' confused. Use this tip sheet, featuring insights from data journalism pioneer Jennifer LaFleur, t...
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