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Her high school refused to let her be valedictorian, an experience she never forgot as a mother and activist.
Elections, like schools, need year-round, local reporting to thrive.
Chalkbeat’s coverage of America’s hard-hit education landscape is more important than ever. We are committed to giving communities the information they need to navigate this turbulent time.
Chalkbeat Newark bureau chief Catherine Carrera says her personal and professional experiences inform her reporting.
Chalkbeat and RJI heard from 58 U.S. journalists involved in source tracking
When Chalkbeat obtained a trove of data about the teacher workforce in Michigan, we saw an opportunity to tell the stories of the humans behind the numbers.
Chalkbeat and the Reynolds Journalism Institute want to develop the future of source auditing
Susan Gonzalez is Chalkbeat’s first-ever social media strategist. Here’s how she plans to engage and inform readers using social media.
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