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Episode 44: The Media & Education

Laura Meckler

Laura Meckler, education correspondent with the Washington Post, sits down with Jeanne Allen on Reality Check to discuss her path to journalism and the education world and more. Laura shares her thoughts and her personal experiences covering politics, politicians, and education policy: the ease of finding material to write about, online learning, and other issues. Don’t miss her first-hand account on exciting topics like these on this week’s episode of Reality Check.

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