Washington Post appoints Kushner education editor
The Washington Post has tapped Adam Kushner as an education editor. He joins from the Post’s Outlook, where he was an editor for seven years, overseeing a range of ideas journalism, conversation-starting analyses and moving personal essays.
His new role begins Nov. 29.
Previously, he was a senior writer and foreign editor at Newsweek and managing editor, online, at The New Republic. He was also the executive editor of the National Journal.
Kushner was also a reporting and writing fellow in residence at Poynter Institute and graduated from Columbia University, New York.