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Al.com seeking editor to lead its Education Lab, Key audience coverage
Alabama Media Group is looking for an innovative news editor to lead its Education Lab and coverage around key audiences. This position will report to the vice president of content and be part of a four-person senior leadership team.
EdWeek Market Brief, a business-focused publication that covers the K-12 marketplace, is seeking an intern to help with data journalism and visualization.
About Education Week
Primary Location: 223 Perimeter Center Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA,
Division: Cox Enterprises
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Travel: Yes, 5 % of the Time
Requisition Number: 205884
Crain’s Cleveland Business is seeking a highly motivated, multi-media journalist to join our editorial team as a higher education reporter working 40 hours a week for two years. This position is in partnership with the nonprofit news organization Open Campus and is supported by the Joyce Foundation.
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EdSource, a nonprofit organization with the largest team of education reporters in California, is seeking an investigative reporter to focus on postsecondary education and the challenges students face in gaining access to and succeeding in college and the workplace. With a mix of longform investigative pieces, as well as in-depth enterprise stories, the reporter will highlight key developments in colleges and universities, that serve the most students, in particular the California State University and California’s community colleges.
EdSource, a nonprofit organization with the largest team of education reporters in California, is seeking an enterprising reporter to cover immigration and education issues, with a special focus on English learners. The reporter will cover a wide range of issues facing a state of the size and diversity of California, as well as place stories in a national context.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press is looking for a smart, aggressive journalist to cover education. We’re seeking a reporter who can look past the agenda and process. We don’t just want routine coverage. We want you to be versatile enough to produce essential accountability reporting, hard-hitting breaking news and insightful profiles and trend stories that explain the impact of education policy on children, families and the economic health of the community.