Media Moves

NY Times’ Goldstein takes on new beat

December 7, 2022

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

Dana Goldstein

Dana Goldstein, a national correspondent covering the intersection of education, families, and public policy at The New York Times, has taken on a new beat that measures American quality of life.

An excerpt from the announcement reads:

“In this role, Dana will use storytelling, data and insights from research to shed light on how challenges in housing, health, the labor market, urban planning, child care and — yes, at times — schooling, have put pressure on families of every shape and size. She will cover politics and policymaking around these issues and delve into demographic news, working frequently with Rob Gebeloff, National’s data whiz.”

Goldstein freelanced for Slate, The Atlantic and The New Republic. She wrote for The Marshall Project and held editorial roles at The Daily Beast and The American Prospect.

Goldstein graduated from Brown University.

Be sure to congratulate Goldstein on Twitter.

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