2017 Awards

Overview

2017 EWA National Awards for Education Reporting

The Education Writers Association’s National Awards for Education Reporting advance education journalism by recognizing the field’s very best efforts. The awards' goals are to:

  • Encourage and inspire more and better education journalism;
  • Underscore the importance of excellent coverage and storytelling as a cornerstone of democracy and education.

All media may participate in the awards. So whether your work appeared in print or online, on TV or the radio, or all of the above, we’re eager to recognize excellence on the education beat.

Click here to enter the awards contest.

The Education Writers Association’s National Awards for Education Reporting advance education journalism by recognizing the field’s very best efforts. The awards’ goals are to:

  • Encourage and inspire more and better education journalism;
  • Underscore the importance of excellent coverage and storytelling as a cornerstone of democracy and education.

All media may participate in the awards. So whether your work appeared in print or online, on TV or the radio, or all of the above, we’re eager to recognize excellence on the education beat.

Click here to enter the awards contest.

Awards

The 2017 Eddie Prize

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The Education Writers Association is pleased to announce that it will again administer the Eddie Prize, the journalism prize from The Edwin Gould Foundation that recognizes the best work on the challenges low-income students face getting into and/or completing college.

Information

2017 Award Categories

Entries to the Education Writers Association awards contest will be judged on criteria that include quality of writing and reporting, freshness and depth of insights, clarity of explanation, and innovation of presentation Entrants should review all categories before entering their submissions. EWA reserves the right to move submissions into categories we deem to be more appropriate.