Kyle Stokes: Southern California Public Radio/KPCC
Beat Reporting: Broadcast
About the Entry
Kyle Stokes’ reporting on Los Angeles schools explores the human dimensions of policy issues facing the nation’s second-largest school system, from school choice and racial tension to declining enrollment and precarious finances.
- Charter schools sharing LAUSD campuses: Nobody loves it, everyone has to live with it
- LA Unified magnet schools in demand, but slow to expand
- How kids at a civil rights summer camp have absorbed this summer’s racially charged news
- 4 lessons learned from parents navigating Los Angeles’ school choice process
- LA Unified ’soft-launching’ parent website for tracking student attendance, graduation progress
- Like Yelp for school: How a charter network uses student reviews to change how they teach
- 5 things to understand about LA Unified’s stand for undocumented immigrant students
- Kyle Stokes, Education Reporter, Southern California Public Media/KPCC
Comments from the Judges
“Kyle writes well for radio. He uses short, punchy sentences and conversational language that help keep listeners’ attention. He uses sound well and mixes in ambient sound throughout, which helps establish a sense of place.”
“Kyle does a great job explaining issues in an easy-to-digest way.”
EWA is grateful to the College Board for its generous support of the 2017 National Awards for Education Reporting.