October 26, 2020

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Eva-Marie Ayala, editor © Tom Fox/Staff Photographer/The Dallas Morning News/TNS The exterior of the Dallas...

Eva-Marie Ayala, editor



a sign on the side of a building: The exterior of the Dallas Morning News building on Commerce Street in downtown Dallas.


© Tom Fox/Staff Photographer/The Dallas Morning News/TNS
The exterior of the Dallas Morning News building on Commerce Street in downtown Dallas.

Eva-Marie is a veteran education journalist who’s covered schools across North Texas from Fort Worth to Frisco. Since joining The News in 2012, she’s focused on how inequities in schools impact Black and Latino children; what schools are doing to address mental health needs; and how state policy impacts classrooms. She’s a national board member of the Education Writers Association. Previously, she reported for her hometown paper the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Read more of her stories here.

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Corbett Smith, reporter

Corbett writes about education for The Dallas Morning News, which is fitting because he grew up in public schools. His mother, who taught him in sixth grade, held roles as a teacher, curriculum coordinator and counselor. His father, who was his high school principal, was a teacher, football coach, athletic director and a school administrator. Prior to writing about education, Corbett was an award-winning sportswriter for The News, where he covered high school sports. Read more of his stories here.



a person wearing glasses and a blue shirt: Eva-Marie Ayala


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Eva-Marie Ayala

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