Common Sense Media (www.commonsensemedia.org) is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology. They exist because our nation’s children spend more time with media and digital activities than they do with their families or in school, which profoundly impacts their social, emotional, and physical development . As a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization, they provide trustworthy information and tools, as well as an independent forum, so that families can have a choice and a voice about the media they consume.
Education Media Center (www.educationmediacentre.org/) is an independent charity set up to improve the public and media understanding of education research and evidence. We do this by making it easy for the media to access useful academic and research expertise on the education stories they are covering in newspapers, on radio, TV and the internet. We have no political, ideological or research agenda and no affiliation to any other organizations. EMC services include collecting expert responses to breaking education news, holding live briefings where journalists can receive background information of research into current education issues and in Research Making News we collect easy to read summaries of research on popular education matters.
Education Week (www.edweek.org) In 1981, with the support of the Carnegie Corporation as well as other philanthropies, Editorial Projects in Education started Education Week to fill a need in precollegiate, independent first-rate journalistic coverage of national scope.
eSchool News (www.eschoolnews.com) connects to all the latest news, information, and resources on how today’s educators are using technology to advance learning. eClassroom News connects to all the latest news, information and resources on how today’s teachers are using technology in the classroom to advance learning. eCampus News covers education technology in all its aspects–from legislation and litigation, to case studies, to purchasing practices and new products. eSchool Media family of networks serves ed-tech decision makers throughout the world, primarily in the United States and Canada.