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8 Top Takeaways from the Conversation: The Future of Child Care Reporting From Those Who Cover It

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You don’t have to work in journalism to know that the field is changing rapidly. Newspapers are continuing to vanish at an average rate of more than two a week. Since 2005, the country has lost almost 2,900 newspapers, including more than 130 confirmed closings or mergers over the past year. According to data from the State of Local News Report from Northwestern University, if we continue on this current trajectory, by the end of...

8 Top Takeaways from the Conversation: The Future of Child Care Reporting From Those Who Cover It

Learn More about Better Life Lab and Early Learning Nation’s Reporter Roundtable

You don’t have to work in journalism to know that the field is changing rapidly. Newspapers are continuing to vanish at an average rate of more than two a week. Since 2005, the country has lost almost 2,900 newspapers, including more than 130 confirmed closings or mergers over the past...

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