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New York City
July 2002

Robert Lee Colvin Moves to Hechinger Institute at Teachers College

Robert Lee Colvin an award-winning education writer of the Los Angeles Times will become the new deputy director of the Hechinger Institute on Education and the Media at Teachers College, Columbia University this summer. The Institute organizes and sponsors seminars for journalists, top policy makers and researchers on timely issues in education. The seminars are tailored to the interests of different groups of journalists, including editorial writers who cover education, education editors, reporters who specialize in higher education issues and reporters new to the beat.

Colvin, 48, said the new position provides him with a unique opportunity to represent journalism as well as education. I want to leverage what Ive learned in my many years on the beat to benefit other reporters in their coverage of education, Colvin said. At the same time, Ill continue to be a working journalist. Colvin said in addition to his work with the institute, he intends to remain active as a writer on education topics.

The Hechinger Institute is named in memory of Fred M. Hechinger, who was a reporter and editor at The New York Times, specializing in the coverage of education. It is supported by grants from many foundations including the Carnegie Corporation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Broad Foundation and the New York Times Company Foundation.#

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