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What Edu Reporters Read: Hechinger, EdWeek, & the Chronicle on Top Stories of 2017

What Edu Reporters Read: Hechinger, EdWeek, & the Chronicle on Top Stories of 2017

From Apple, Google and Microsoft battling to take over the classroom, to random acts in both K-12 and higher education compromising the private information of millions of vulnerable students, 2017 has been no short of edtech news.

But when it comes to the biggest stories of the year thus far, what are the writers themselves—education reporters—reading and thinking about?

While at the Education Writers Association conference on May 31 to June 2 in Washington, D.C., EdSurge reporter Jenny Abamu spoke with a group of reporters focused on the education technology beat—Benjamin Herold of Education Week, Nichole Dobo of The Hechinger Report, and Goldie Blumenstyk from The Chronicle of Higher Education—to hear their thoughts on the biggest education technology stories of the year, what they’re working on right now, and whether the federal government is helping—or hurting—the integration of edtech nationwide.

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