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The Education Writers Association plays a unique and prominent role in serving the nation’s education journalism community.
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Reach a growing community of reporters from news outlets ranging from the most influential national publications to key regional and locally oriented outlets.
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To best meet your needs, EWA has many tailored options – from major sponsorships of our flagship National Seminar to sponsored newsletter messages. For more, see our EWA Fundraising Guidelines.
If you would like more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Rachel Wolin.
This committee oversees the development of strategy for the continued growth and evolution of the organization’s programming. The Program Strategy Committee is the go-to group for shaping EWA’s efforts to achieve Strategic Goal 1: Increase the skills and knowledge of our members to cover the education beat effectively.
This committee is responsible for developing strategy for the organization’s efforts to advocate for education journalists and recognize high-quality journalism, including the National Awards for Education Reporting. The Awards Committee guides work on Strategic Goal 3: Advocate for the importance of education journalism and increase the prominence and visibility of effective, high-quality coverage.
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With a critical shortage of teachers looming on the horizon, a perennial issue becomes more urgent. How well are America’s teachers prepared? Are future teachers ready for the first day of school? What is the evidence and should colleges of education and other training programs be held accountable?
Beyond the Border: Covering U.S. Education in a Global Context
Seminar on International Comparisons and Lessons
In 2016, a wealth of new international testing data and analysis will be issued from two major assessments at the precollegiate level. The results for students in dozens of countries are sure to once again spark debate over U.S. standing on the global stage and the implications for schools.
The Education Writers Association, the national professional organization for journalists who cover education, is thrilled to announce that its annual conference will take place from Sunday, May 1, through Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in the historic city of Boston.
Co-hosted by Boston University’s College of Communication and School of Education, EWA’s 69th National Seminar will examine a wide array of timely topics in education — from early childhood through career — while expanding and sharpening participants’ skills in reporting and storytelling.