Susan Snyder is an investigative reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer where she has reported extensively on violence in the lives of children. She co-led a team of reporters who produced the seven-part series about violence in the Philadelphia School District, "Assault on Learning," that ran in spring 2011. As the higher education reporter from 2008 to 2010, she covered the region's 80 colleges and universities. For 10 years prior, she was the Inquirer’s lead reporter assigned to cover the Philadelphia School District, which has undergone a state takeover and extensive experimentation in school privatization. Her coverage has included a mix of breaking news, trends, feature articles and series, and spanned the district's role as both a political entity in the city and window into urban education in America. In 2005 she spent six months reporting "Writing for Their Lives," a series documenting how a single eighth grade class dealt with violence in their own families and communities, which won a National Headliners Award.
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In this tipsheet from the 2011 Dart Center workshop "Getting it Right: Covering Youth Violence," Susan Snyder and Kristen Graham give advice on how to investigate youth violence.
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