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Emily Richmond
Education Writers Association's public editor, dog person. podcast host. Past: Knight-Wallace Fellow, Las Vegas Sun. .
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Emily Richmond 10h
Replying to @ReporterAmber
so so good
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Emily Richmond 11h
If you're wondering who yelled out "Free Bird!" when the spinning teacher asked if there were any requests it *might* have been me.
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Emily Richmond 13h
Replying to @caityweaver @tcberman
Mazel tov!
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Emily Richmond 14h
I hate to admit it but Biff looks fantastic.
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Liz Willen 18h
My inbox is once again filled with edu-speak and jargon. We cannot improve education if we continue to talk about in ways no one understands. So I'm repeating my anti-jargon rant:
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Margaret Sullivan 20h
How sexist will the media’s treatment of female presidential candidates be? You can already rule out one answer: ‘Not at all.’ ... My column on what's happened so far and what to expect -- and to avoid
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Emily Richmond Feb 16
Replying to @Stephen_Sawchuk
Not to me, dear friend.
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Molly Hensley-Clancy Feb 16
On education, Harris says her priorities are: * increasing federal funding mechanisms to states and districts so that “local school districts don’t rise and fall based on the tax base” * paying teachers more * “we need universal pre-K” * affordable childcare
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Erik Robelen Feb 15
Early learning was a popular campaign theme for newly elected governors. What did they say? And will they deliver? has the scoop, with some help from member journalists.
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Emily Richmond Feb 16
Replying to @TMT_Cory
Thanks, Cory.
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Linda Perlstein Feb 16
I am grateful I never had to cover violence in my years as an education reporter. Those not as lucky will benefit from having read this piece by on covering school shootings.
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Emily Richmond Feb 16
Replying to @foreman_william
Lexie is a superstar in any country!
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Emily Richmond Feb 15
You’ve been a delight to work with, Ginnie. Look forward to your next chapter!
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Emily Richmond Feb 15
Replying to @CQuintanaDC
Glad we get to keep you on the beat!
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Caroline Hendrie Feb 15
How might George Washington and Abraham Lincoln respond to classes being canceled in commemoration of their birthdays? hops in her time-traveling Tardis to bring you the scoop
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Linda Perlstein Feb 15
1/ Having written a book about a high-poverty elementary school in Annapolis, Md., with nearly 100% students of color, this racism and fear doesn't surprise me given the segregated school system there.
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Emily Richmond Feb 15
"Is reporting that uses school shooting statistics contributing to a skewed view of school safety and driving policy decisions that are based more on fear than facts? Those are questions journalists need to ask policymakers, researchers, and each other."
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Emily Richmond Feb 14
Replying to @mdawriter @davidloe
Appreciate the input, Melinda.
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