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Our new platform connects, supports, and celebrates journalists interested in investigating and surfacing responses to social problems. From facilitating matchmaking between reporters and editors, to providing needed tools (beat-specific guides, story ideas, collaborators, j-school curriculum, limited funding), we hope to increase the quality and quantity of solutions reporting in media across the world.Become a Member
Journalism can be so much more than just gloom and doom.
This isn’t service journalism in the traditional sense; it is rigorous and investigative journalism at its core.
Paul Edwards, Editor in Chief
These stories don’t back away from the seriousness of the problems that do face public schools, but they also offer some hope. And I think people are hungry for that.
Linda Shaw, Education Lab Editor
In a lot of the reporting I do, I try to educate readers about the way the health care system works and doesn’t work... Doing really rigorous reporting that digs very extensively into the way that in my case health care works and doesn’t work—there’s nothing soft about it. In many ways, I use some of the same techniques I used to use as an investigative journalist.
Noam Levey, National Health Care Reporter
I’ve seen how it’s changed our newsroom’s approach to things. We couldn’t be more pleased with the results...from an informing-the-community, engaging-the-community piece, it’s been phenomenal. But I think it’s also fostered a lot of change.
Seattle Times Publisher
The response that we’ve gotten from readers has been amazing...we’ve got people talking in a way that they weren’t talking before. Dialogues are happening that weren’t happening before.