Media Coverage of Field Trip Research

The Research

The Education Next Article on the Effects of Field Trips to Crystal Bridges

The Education Next Article on the Long-Term Effects of Field Trips to the Walton Arts Center

Commentaries

New York Daily News

The Huffington Post

Art Museum Teaching

Radio

NPR Affiliate in Arkansas, “Ozarks at Large

NPR Affiliate in Los Angeles, “Airtalk”

NPR Affiliate in New Hampshire, “Word of Mouth”

CBS Affiliate in San Francisco

TV:

KATV ABC

KFTA FOX

KFSM CBS

News Stories:

USA Today, State-by-State page (no link available)

The Atlantic

Education Week

Education Week (Walt Gardner)

Real Clear Arts

Politico

Deseret News

Tulsa World

The City Wire

Students First

District Administration

Podcasts

Gadfly Podcast (starting at 14:26)

Heartland Podcast

American RadioWorks

AP Coverage

Albany Times Union

Anchorage Daily News

Arkansas Online

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Austin American Statesman

Banner News

Belleville News Democrat

Beaufort Gazette

Beaumont Enterprise

Blytheville Courier News

Bradenton Herald

Centre Daily News

Dallas/Fort-Worth

Dayton Daily News

Fort Mill Times

Greenwich Time

Herald Online

Houston Chronicle

Idaho Statesman

Kansas City Star

Kentucky.com

KTBS

Ledger-Enquirer (Columbus, GA)

Miami Herald

Myrtle Beach

News Observer

San Antonio Express

San Francisco Chronicle

Seattle Post Intelligencer

Star Telegram

Sun Herald

Texarkana Gazette

The Bellingham Herald

The Daily Citizen

The Gazette (Colorado Springs)

The Modesto Bee

The News Times

The News Tribune

The Oklahoman

The Olathe News

The Olympian

The Republic (Columbus, IN)

The Sacramento Bee

The Telegraph

The Wichita Eagle

THV 11 CBS Little Rock

Tri-City Herald

Westport News

WRAL.com (North Carolina)

WSB TV Atlanta

(HT: Brian Kisida)

(UPDATED 10-1-13)

3 Responses to Media Coverage of Field Trip Research

  1. Greg Forster says:

    Wow, congrats! Media coverage for a study is a lot harder to get these days than in the golden age. We need a lot more of these non-quantitative outcome studies.

  2. […] Jay Greene, Daniel Bowen, and Brian Kisida’s study of field trips to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art receives wide press coverage. […]

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