2016

Sarah Butrymowicz and Jackie Mader receive an EWA award for their Mississippi Child Care Crisis series.

 

 

  • Finalist, Livingston Award for Young Journalists, Lillian Mongeau, Little to Nothing — Wallace House, University of Michigan

 

  • First Prize, Single-Topic News or Feature, General News Outlet (small staff), Sarah Butrymowicz & Jackie Mader, Mississippi Child Care Crisis — Education Writers Association

 

 

  • Winner, Internet Feature Video, Education in the Delta, Emrys Eller & Cariba Party — New York Press Club Journalism Awards

 

  • Winner, Internet Commentary, Degree of Interest, Andre Perry  — New York Press Club Journalism Awards

 

 

  • Winner, Newspaper Investigative Reporting (Daily Circulation 1-50,000), Mississippi Child Care Crisis, Sarah Butrymowicz & Jackie Mader — Sigma Delta Chi Awards

 

  • Finalist, Roy W. Howard Award for Public Service Reporting, Mississippi Child Care Crisis, Sarah Butrymowicz & Jackie Mader — Scripps Howard Awards

 

 

  • Third Place Place, Web or Interactive Project, John C. Osborn & Tiffany Lew, Parachute Kid — National Headliner Awards

2015

Liz Willen wins New York Press Club award for her “Willen Weighs In” column.

  • Winner, Commentary/Internet, Willen Weighs In, Liz Willen — New York Press Club

 

 

  • First Place, Serious Commentary/Online, Andre Perry, Degree of Interest — Green Eyeshade Awards

 

2014

 

  • First Prize, Single topic news/feature, General news outlet (small staff), Sara Neufeld, “A Promise to Renew” — Education Writers Association

 

  • First Prize, Beat reporting, General news outlet (small staff), Jon Marcus, Higher education beat — Education Writers Association

 

  • First Prize, Feature writing, Magazines & weeklies, Sarah Carr, “School Discipline in Mississippi and New Orleans” — Education Writers Association

 

  • Finalist, Opinion Writing, Alexandria Neason, “Where Have All the Black and Brown Teachers Gone?” — Education Writers Association

 

  • Honorable Mention, Jon Marcus & Holly K. Hacker, ” Poor Families Are Bearing the Brunt of College Price Hikes/Tuition Tracker” — The Edwin Gould Foundation Eddie Award

 

  • Runner-up, Series, Sarah Butrymowicz & Jackie Mader, with Jerry Mitchell, Emily Le Coz, Kate Royals, and Monica Land of the (Jackson, MS) Clarion Ledger, “Hard Look at Hard Time” — 2015 John Jay College/H.F. Guggenheim Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting Awards

 

  • Winner, Information Graphics: Planner Coverage, Small Division, “Tuition Tracker” — Best of Digital Design from The Society For News Design

 

  • Second Place, Broadcast Radio Feature, Jill Barshay, “Why Hoboken is Throwing Away All of its Student Laptops” — Garden State Journalists Association’s Memorial Journalism Awards

 

  • Second Place,Series, Sara Neufeld, “A Promise to Renew” — Garden State Journalists Association’s Memorial Journalism Awards

 

  • Third Place, Online Feature Writing, Sara Neufeld, “A taste of victory, finally, for a struggling Newark school” —  NJ-SPJ Excellence in Journalism Awards

 

  • Second Place, Radio Enterprise, Jill Barshay, “Why Hoboken is throwing away all of its student laptops” —  NJ-SPJ Excellence in Journalism Awards

 

  • First Place Place, Non-Local Online-Enterprise/Series/Investigative Reporting, Sara Neufeld, “A Promise to Renew” —  NJ-SPJ Excellence in Journalism Awards

 

  • Second Place, Investigative Reporting/Small Dailies, Sarah Butrymowicz & Jackie Mader, “Pipeline to Prison” — Green Eyeshade Awards

 

  • Second Place, Public Service in Online Journalism, Jackie Mader, Mississippi education reporting — Green Eyeshade Awards

 

  • Third Place, Specialized News Site, Staff, Special Report:Mississippi Learning — Green Eyeshade Awards

 

  • Third Place, Non-deadline Reporting/Online, Kayleigh Skinner, Mississippi education beat — Green Eyeshade Awards

2013

 

  • Winner, Newspaper In-Depth Reporting, Jackie Mader, “Literacy and STEM Education in Mississippi” — Newswomen’s Club of New York Front Page Awards

 

 

The Hechinger Report won numerous awards at EWA's annual seminar in Nashville this spring. Winner Sarah Carr and Hechinger Report editor Liz Willen with EWA president and Chalkbeat writer Scott Elliott.

The Hechinger Report won numerous awards at EWA’s annual seminar in Nashville this spring. Winner Sarah Carr and Hechinger Report editor Liz Willen with EWA president and Chalkbeat bureau chief Scott Elliott.

  • 1st Place, Public/Community Service, Andrew Vanacore, Mark Waller, Sarah Garland, Sarah Carr, “Grading the Graders” in The Times-Picayune — Louisiana/Mississippi Associated Press Managing Editors Division IV Writing Awards

 

  • 1st Place, Print and Electronic Publications Series, Sara Neufeld & John Mooney, The Hechinger Report & NJ Spotlight, “A Promise to Renew” — Garden State Journalists Association Memorial Journalism Awards

 

 

  • 1st Prize, Beat Reporting, Sarah Carr — EWA National Awards for Education Reporting

 

  • 2nd Place, Online – Enterprise/Series/Investigative Reporting, Sara Neufeld, John Mooney, Nancy Solomon, Amanda Brown, “A Promise to Renew” — New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists Journalism Awards

 

  • 2nd Prize, Beat Reporting, Jon Marcus — EWA National Awards for Education Reporting

 

  • 3rd Place, Education Reporting, Circulation >40,000, Sarah Butrymowicz — Indiana Pro Chapter, Society of Professional Journalists, Best in Indiana Journalism Awards

 

  • Finalist, Newspaper or Digital Beat Reporting, Jon Marcus, Higher Education Reporting — The Deadline Club Annual Awards

 

 

 

  • Honorable Mention, Series/Project, Division 2, Sara Neufeld and John Mooney — Society for Features Journalism Excellence-in-Features awards

 

2012

  • Winner, Nellie Bly Cub Reporter, Best journalistic effort by an individual with three years or less professional experience, Sarah Butrymowicz — The New York Press Club

 

  • First Prize (shared), Investigative Reporting, Jennifer Oldham and April Dembosky — EWA National Awards for Education Reporting

 

 

2011

  • First Prize (shared), Series Print, Large Market, Staff — EWA National Awards for Education Reporting

 

  • Second Prize, Beat Reporting Print, Small Market, Staff — EWA National Awards for Education Reporting