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Media: Local Education Blogger Moves To NYT

image from gothamschools.orgNews is out that GothamSchools' Anna Phillips is headed to the New York Times to be a metro education writer, starting just after Memorial Day.  The reporter worked at GothamSchools for a little more than two years.  The announcement was posted on Friday here. Close observers will undoubtedly have some views on Phillips' work or how it compares to the other reporters on the site, but I haven't followed closely enough to have formed my own views.  You can read her stories at GothamSchools here.

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Wow. A good thing for the NYT, maybe not such a good thing for award winning education-centric online news provider GothamSchools. You may recall last week Anna Phillips reported an important story re a NYC charter school that is illegally screening potential students- http://bit.ly/mgI65h

word is she's going to be doing metro coverage, so good news is we'll have benefit of her skills covering the NYC DOE still -- just at a new outlet.

You may recall last week Anna Phillips reported an important story re a NYC charter school that is illegally screening potential students-

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