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Public Editor Kavitha Cardoza introduces listeners to EWA’s new executive director, Kathy Chow. Previously, Chow served as executive director for Asian American Journalists Association for eight years and oversaw other nonprofits. Learn more about Chow, such as what attracted her to the position, and hear her plans for EWA. (EWA Radio Episode 315)
A Nebraska school district eliminated a decades-old student newspaper after students reported on LGBTQ+ topics – an act of censorship, press freedom advocates said. (EWA Radio Episode 313)
While reporting for WBHM, Kyra Miles became a 2021 EWA Awards finalist, found a supportive community and worked to center student voices. Hear about Kyra’s first year on the job.
Daarel Burnette and Andrew Ujifusa spent over 25 years combined reporting on the education beat before recently becoming editors. They discuss everything from school boards to the state of education journalism.
If you’re a journalist who was laid off, check out the Education Writers Association’s webinar video to get advice.
Emily is taking a leave of absence as EWA’s public editor. She joins the Spencer Education Fellowship, a program run by Columbia University. Emily hands over the mic to Kavitha Cardoza, who’s filling in for her this year.