The highest praise I ever possibly could shoot for as a journalist

by Emily McFarlan Miller

This email made my day:

“Your two-part series on charter schools contains some of the best coverage on the issue I’ve seen from a local paper in a long time. Congratulations on introducing your readers to a new concept in a clear and very fair manner. School reform is fraught with distracting issues. But you found a way to convey the challenges and promise of charter schools, in a very human way.”

That’s pretty much the highest praise I ever possibly could shoot for as a journalist. Thank you!

You can read part one of that series here, and part two, here.

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