TES reporters win journalism awards

11th February 2011 at 00:00

The TES's William Stewart was this week named CIPR national education journalist of the year. The judges described William's work as "clear and insightful", "thoroughly researched", and containing a "healthy dose of British critical awareness". Deputy features editor Nick Morrison was one of two runners-up in the same category; his work was described as "fascinating reading".

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