Andrew Hida's quietly compelling "Follow My Steps" was recently honored by the National Press Photographers Association.
In a January 2013 special investigation for City Limits, reporter Rachel Blustain tackles the growing concern over broken adoptions, cases in which a child adopted out of foster care returns to the system or otherwise leaves an adoptive family.
When industries are allowed to impose voluntary safety standards, kids can get seriously hurt. JCCF speaks with FairWarning editor Myron Levin about his year-long series on fireplace glass manufacturers and toddler burns.
California Watch and the Center for Investigative Reporting tackle abuse and neglect at board-and-care centers for the developmentally disabled.
Chicago Tribune reporters discover chronic truancy and absenteeism can begin as early as kindergarten for students in the city's public schools.
The Texas Tribune's Higher Education Explorer collects data on all 148 of the state's private and public colleges and universities.
Emily Hanford on low-income students' struggle to complete a bachelor's degree.
A small, nonprofit news site committed to underserved communities launches a 10-part series on the impact of incarceration in Oakland.
JCCF spoke with Marla Cone, EHN’s editor-in-Chief about the thought and work that went into reporting the series: “Pollution, Poverty and People of Color.”
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