EdWeek Market Brief’s Coverage Honored by Business Journalism Association
EdWeek Market Brief’s reporting, data analysis, and coverage of diversity, equity, and inclusion has won recognition from a prominent business journalism organization.
The American Society of Business Publication Editors, or ASBPE, awarded EdWeek Market Brief a national silver award for best web news section for the Exclusive Data section, home to stories grounded in original survey-based research. In addition, Market Brief received a national bronze award for best diversity, equity, and inclusion coverage for its work explaining how the impact of state restrictions on discussions of racism and gender are influencing school district purchasing of academic resources.
And Market Brief was honored with a national bronze award for its reporting and data analysis on how COVID-19 changed the K-12 market.
Several members of EdWeek Market Brief’s editorial team and Education Week’s research and creative teams received recognition for their work.
- For the best web news section award, the staff members contributing to the package were EdWeek Research Center Director Holly Kurtz; Assistant Research Director Sterling Lloyd; Research Analyst Alex Harwin; EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writers Emma Kate Fittes, Michelle Caffrey, and Alexandria Ng; and Contributing Writer David Saleh Rauf.
- For best coverage of DEI, the staff contributors honored were Rauf, Kurtz, Lloyd, Harwin, and Designer Liz Yap.
- For the best data journalism award, the staffers recognized were Kurtz, Lloyd, Harwin, Caffrey, Ng, and Yap.
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