The Oakland Press is looking for an exceptional multimedia reporter to join our team covering education.
Our ideal candidate has a diverse set of digital and print journalism skills, excellent news judgment, a dogged reporting style, a portfolio of interesting work and the interest and ability to cultivate a long list of sources and tipsters. Our newsroom moves fast, so reporters must adapt and adjust quickly, work well under pressure, value teamwork and have a demonstrated mastery of social media and other digital tools.
Community Renewal Society seeks an Editor & Publisher for its award-winning education news organization, Catalyst Chicago.
Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Catalyst Chicago is an award winning, nonprofit journalism organization that serves as a resource and watchdog for school improvement in Chicago. Over all, we report on what is working for children, what is not working and why.
The Gazette in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is seeking a multimedia journalist to join its education team. This position is focused on K-12 education reporting. This journalist goes beyond simple meeting coverage and classroom features and is focused on explaining educational and learning concepts – as well as the impacts of policies/decisions – in clear and concise ways. This reporter should be comfortable convening conversations on an array of educational issues through articles, online discussions, blogging and in-person events/discussions.
The North Carolina Justice Center, a progressive policy advocacy organization whose mission is to expand opportunity and protect the rights of poor and working individuals and families in North Carolina, is seeking a reporter to work with its media project, NC Policy Watch to cover education issues in North Carolina.
The education reporter will be responsible for providing daily coverage of education news at the State Board of Education, the Department of Public Instruction and the General Assembly, as well as local systems around the state.
The Seventy Four is seeking an education editor to join its senior leadership team and assist in the expansion of its growing digital newsroom. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a high-energy entrepreneurial environment, eager to both oversee daily beat coverage and steer long-form features and investigations.
Education Week, the nation’s pre-eminent, independent source of news and analysis about K-12 public education, is seeking a reporter to cover state education policy and its regional and national implications through the lens of the nation’s governors, state superintendents, legislatures, and education departments.
Education Next, a journal of opinion and research that focuses on K-12 education policy, is looking to hire a communications consultant. On a quarterly basis, Education Next (EdNext) publishes a collection of feature and research articles in an 88-page journal. Prior to the print publication of each issue, articles are released on the journal’s website www.educationnext.org.
Children don’t have to lose one language to learn another language. That’s the theory behind dual-language programs, which are replacing traditional English as a second language (ESL) courses in schools across the country.
Why do so few students from low-income families earn college degrees, even when they were academic standouts as high schoolers? And what can be done to help these students make a smoother transition to higher education?
Latino children enter kindergarten with socioemotional skills that are on par and sometimes even better than their non-Latino peers’ abilities. This means they’re on track in their capability to make friends and behave in school. But Latinos also have a greater probability of arriving to their first day of classes behind their peers academically.