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PIN sources respond to the Common Core debate March 26, 2015
Sunshine Economy: Customer Service In South Florida March 23, 2015
Half of California teachers not fully prepared to teach Common Core, top educator says March 23, 2015
Panhandling in St. Louis could soon see more regulation March 19, 2015
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The Public Insight Network provides journalists with the tools and training to tap our growing Network of sources to produce high-quality journalism.
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Newsrooms use PIN to drive award-winning contentSeptember 29, 2014A big congratulations to the ten PIN newsrooms that were finalists and winners of the Online News Association’s 2014 awards! They are: Oregon Public Broadcasting, KUT Austin, St. Louis Public Radio, NPR, MPR News, New Hampshire Public Radio, The Center for Public Integrity, News21, WLRN-Miami Herald News, and The Washington Post. Here’s how some of these newsrooms use... Read more »
Using PIN to track social impact – a Minnesota exampleSeptember 23, 2014There is no dearth of evidence that Minnesotans are civic-minded. The state’s volunteerism rates are second in the nation, more than 60 percent of Minnesotans donate money to charity, and we lead the country in voter turnout. While such statistics are great, they don’t capture what it’s like to live in a social-minded state full... Read more »
All PIN training materials are now open accessJuly 30, 2014Starting today, you no longer need a password to access the 125+ PIN training articles on pinsupport.org.