You’re on deadline, and you want to know if the new report that
plopped on your desk comes from an organization with an agenda.
You have a simple question you want answered fast, or a complex
project you want to talk through. You’re new to the beat and
having trouble getting officials, or middle schoolers, to talk to
you. Or you’ve been on the beat forever and are dying for a new
take on the snow-day story, the budget-rollout story, or the
perennial story about college-admissions angst.
Whatever your needs, the public editor will be there to help.
If you need to workshop a story idea, contact EWA Public Editor
Kavitha Cardoza. The
service is free and confidential.