Jenny Brundin of Colorado Public Radio
Single-Topic News or Feature: Broadcast
About the Entry
Jenny Brundin’s portfolio of work for Colorado Public Radio includes a close look at the growing push to arm teachers on campus, inequities in school funding, and the challenges facing Colorado’s rural schools.
- Nothing tells the story of rural Colorado better than a high school graduation
- Do Colorado schools get the money they need? Let’s look at two neighboring districts
- These teachers are learning gun skills to protect students, they say
- How a student with many learning challenges fares in a cash-strapped school district
- Even at 105 years old, Marie Greenwood’s best lessons still start with the basics
- Proposed GOP tax cuts could mean grad students, teachers take a financial hit
- History isn’t just facts and dates; at this Douglas County STEM school, it’s talking robots
- Jenny Brundin, Education Reporter, Colorado Public Radio
Comments from the Judges
“Jenny Brundin is a talented and creative reporter whose stories are informative and often fun to listen to. The work submitted demonstrates thorough reporting, good writing and pacing, clever use of sound, and a deep knowledge of the beat.”
“Good use of sound, story-telling, characters and a wide range of topics. Also, good job explaining difficult subjects and using sound effects.”
EWA is grateful to the College Board for its generous support of the 2017 National Awards for Education Reporting.