Palm Beach Post Educational Reporters, Free Schools Newsletter


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We have two new K-12 education reporters at the Palm Beach Post who will cover schools in Palm Beach County, from safety to school board races to school grades and everything in between.

Please welcome :

Giuseppe Sabella.

Giuseppe Sabella – Giuseppe is an education veteran who comes to the Post from the Bradenton Herald. He also covered public safety for the Charleston Gazette-Mail in West Virginia. He graduated from the University of Florida and worked for the Independent Florida Alligator, where he rose through the ranks from crime reporter to underground editor and then editor. He has previously covered the fatal shooting at Dreyfoos School of the Arts and controversial math textbooks deemed unacceptable by the state due to alleged critical race theory and other concerns. You can reach him at [email protected]. Read the latest stories from Giuseppe Sabella here.

Katherine Kocal.

Katherine Kocal – Katherine covered the city of Jupiter for The Post for over a year, where she wrote stories about everything from the election to the case of the couple accused of child abuse by locking their 14-year-old in an 8 by 8ft room in the garage. She is originally from Milwaukee and graduated from the University of Missouri. Previous reporting stops were in Barcelona, ​​Spain, and the Island Packet in Hilton Head, South Carolina. You can reach her at [email protected]. Read Katherine Kohal’s latest stories here.

Our former education aces — Sonja Isger and Andrew Marra — have moved into new jobs at the Post. Sonja is now editor and Andrew is an investigative reporter.

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