CMG newspapers launch new education digital section

Subscriber content helps readers understand changes in schools


Cox Media Group is launching a new weekly digital ePaper section today that will be available to subscribers of CMG's seven daily newspapers. The Education Extra will provide readers with key insights and trends to stay informed on local and national school issues.

Each week this section will focus on school quality, budgets and funding, legislative actions, and advice for parents. It is another way the CMG newspapers are delivering more value to their subscribers.

"Our new Education Extra section will help readers understand the changes unfolding in our schools that affect their children," said Mark Waligore, managing editor at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and CMG content team lead. "This section will tell you what's really going on, whether it's congressional action in Washington or developments closer to home."

The Education Extra will be available each Tuesday in the digital ePaper for subscribers of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Austin American-Statesman, Dayton Daily News, Journal-News, Springfield News-Sun, The Palm Beach Post and The Palm Beach Daily News.

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