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On the Education Beat

NBC Nightly News Education Correspondent Rehema Ellis shares her insights

By Fred Hechinger | null null , null

Scholastic News Kid Reporter Fred Hechinger recently sat down with Rehema Ellis, the education correspondent for NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. In the interview, Ellis talks about why education is an important subject for journalists to cover, the differences between broadcast and print journalism, and what the most important thing a kid can do to become a journalist.

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