EdNews captures 13 statewide awards

Idaho Education News captured 13 awards Saturday in the Idaho Press Club’s Best of 2022 competition.

EdNews staffers received four first-place honors in the annual statewide competition.

Here’s a rundown of EdNews’ awards:

Media innovation award

Randy Schrader, Jennifer Swindell, first place: Idaho EdTrends

Best newsletter

Jennifer Swindell, first place: Idaho Education News newsletter 

Best audience engagement

Jennifer Swindell, first place: Ask Us Anything

Education report, daily print

Kevin Richert, first place: Lost donors, calls for action: An in-depth look inside Boise State’s Scott Yenor firestorm

Watchdog/investigative report, daily print

Devin Bodkin, second place: Not all charter schools bus kids or provide free and reduced-price meals

Series, daily print

Sami Edge, second place: How Title IX affects Idaho kids and schools

General news story, daily print

Carly Flandro, second place: Measuring up college entrance exams: Are they necessary, fair, or valid?

Best blog

Kevin Richert, second place: Kevin’s blog

Rookie of the year, daily print

Sadie Dittenber, third place

Light feature report, daily print

Carly Flandro, third place: Their classroom is a grassy park, yurt, school garden, potato farm, or the Idaho wilderness OR learning another language … ‘it’s just a beautiful thing’

Editorial, daily print

Carly Flandro, third place: My goodbye to teaching: Why I left the profession I was called to

Special section, daily print

Jennifer Swindell, third place: People’s Perspective

Spot news coverage, daily print

Kevin Richert, Sadie Dittenber, third place: Little, lawmakers agree on $650 million in tax cuts, $410 million in education spending

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