2011 New America Media Education Fellowship - May 5th & 6th

2011 New America Media Education Fellowship - May 5th & 6th

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 New America Media and the University of California Center Sacramento, Public Affairs
Journalism Program, are partnering for a fifth year to offer an education beat fellowship
program for ethnic media journalists in California, with funding support from the
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

NAM Education Fellows will participate in a two-day training
program in Sacramento on May 5 & 6, where they will meet and discuss important education with experts, researchers, officials and advocates in the field. Following the training, fellows will publish a story (or series) about an innovative school model, a
new teaching method, or a pilot program that has proven successful for students in undeserved communities, and selected stories will be published on NAM's website.
 

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