Journalism’s Education Problem: Extracting Information from News
David Kellogg
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The parochial perspective of this essay reminds me of Saul Steinberg’s classic New Yorker cover depicting the view of the world from 9th Avenue.

Kellogg is an experienced editor, and is certainly entitled to his personal opinion. But that hardly qualifies him as the arbiter of what news is and is not most important, much less legitimately “educational.” And it is hard to defend any judgment which presumes that the New York Times is a proxy for all journalism.

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