1. Harvard Education Letter Wins Three Awards from the Education Writers Association

      March 22,2012

      The Harvard Education Letter won three awards from the Education Writers Association (EWA) as part of EWA's 2011 National Awards for Education Reporting. EWA recognizes excellence on the education beat across multiple media.

      Here are the winners:

      Small Market, Beat Reporting
      Special Citation – Colleen Gillard, Lucy Hood, Patti Hartigan, Laura Pappano, Brigid Schulte, David McKay Wilson, The Harvard Education Letter, Harvard Education Letter's Education Coverage

      “Stopping Sexual Harassment in Middle School”
      by Colleen Gillard
      “The Greening of Environmental Ed” by Lucy Hood
      “Bringing Art into School, Byte by Byte” by Patti Hartigan
      “Integrated Data Systems Link Schools and Communities” by Patti Hartigan
      “Differentiated Instruction Reexamined” by Laura Pappano
      “Using Research to Predict Great Teachers” by Laura Pappano
      “Hybrid Schools for the iGeneration” by Brigid Schulte
      “‘Clicks’ Get Bricks” by Brigid Schulte
      “Leading a System Where Everyone Gains” by David McKay Wilson
      “With Cheating on the Rise Schools Respond” by David McKay Wilson

      Small Market, Series
      Second Prize – Dave Saltman, Harvard Education Letter, "Tech Talk"

      Small Market, Opinion
      Second Prize – Colleen Gillard, Harvard Education Letter, Good Teachers (the Movie You Will Never See)

      The Education Writers Association is the national professional organization of education reporters. EWA was organized in 1947 by a group of newspaper reporters with the intent of improving education reporting to the public.

      All awards will be presented May 19, 2012 in Philadelphia at the EWA 65th National Seminar Awards Banquet.

      For more information, click here.

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