This report is part of a series that analyzes media discourses regarding learning, education and education reform and how these discourses impact public understanding of these issues. FrameWorks researchers identified dominant media frames that cut across the following issues related to education: skills and learning, learning space and time, assessment, education programs, educational disparities, policies and interventions, structures of education, the goals or ends of the education system. Relevant stories were drawn from newspapers across the country, television broadcasts and news-oriented blogs between October 1, 2010 through October 1, 2011.
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