Reporting on the Minority Education Beat

Simmons, Tim
September 2003
Nieman Reports;Fall2003, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on a media report in 2001 which claimed that public schools in North Carolina are rapidly resegregating by race and class. Information on how the news was reported by the media; Discussion on how race affect race relations; Importance of data in developing stories for a report.


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