The need for expert education reporters

March 1998
Nieman Reports;Spring98, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p73
Presents edited experts of a discussion with Neil Rudenstine, president of Harvard University, and Nieman Fellows on the need for expert education reporters and credentialing journalists. INSET: For shame.


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