Editorial Projects in Education

In its role as the premium publisher of K-12 education content, Editorial Projects in Education employs reporters, editors, and researchers with in-depth knowledge of school-related issues and data. The following staff experts are available for media interviews and panel participation on the topics listed.

To contact experts, email them individually or contact the Library at or by calling 301-280-3100.

Education: Subject-Matter Experts

Evie Blad
school safety, student discipline, and student wellness

Kevin Bushweller
education technology, industry and innovation

Sean Cavanagh
education technology, industry and innovation

Michelle Davis
education technology

Catherine Gewertz
common standards and assessments, literacy

Alyson Klein
federal education policy

Lesli A. Maxwell
English-language learners, bilingual education, districts and leadership

Erik Robelen
curriculum across the content areas, education philanthropy, state and federal education policy

Christina Samuels
special education, early childhood education

Stephen Sawchuk
teacher policy, teachers' unions, teacher education, and assessment

Sarah D. Sparks
education research

Christopher B. Swanson
educational research and policy analysis, federal and state education policy, high school graduation, dropout, and completion issues, high school reform, assessments and accountability, school finance, social and economic context of education

Andrew Ujifusa
state education policy

Debra Viadero
education research, districts, charters and choice, student wellness, safety, and discipline

Internet Policy

Paul Hyland
internet policy, privacy, security, cybersecurity, technology management, web technology, nonprofit technology, technology strategy, social media strategy, content management, user experience, information architecture, intellectual property, copyright, open source, open content, open education resources

Nonprofit Journalism & Education Policy

Virginia Edwards
Education policy, practice, and research in the news, EPE products and services, and the changing landscape of journalism, media, and publishing