Enterprise reporter Liliana Frankel has been picked to participate in a national program for journalists focusing on an education beat. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).
VALE – Liliana Frankel, a reporter at the Malheur Enterprise, has been selected to participate in an elite national program to train journalists who cover education.
Frankel is one of 28 reporters picked by the Education Writers Association for the six-month program called “New to the Beat.” Reporters across the country competed for slots in the program.
She started at the Enterprise last fall and carries primary responsibility for reporting on schools in Malheur County.
Under the program, she has been paired a veteran reporter to serve as her mentor. Bethany Barnes, an investigative reporter with the Tampa Bay Times, was the association’s reporter of the year in 2018.
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