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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Chalkbeat's estimated annual revenue is currently $11.7M per year.
  • Chalkbeat's estimated revenue per employee is $205,000

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  • Chalkbeat has 57 Employees.
  • Chalkbeat grew their employee count by 27% last year.
  • Chalkbeat currently has 1 job openings.
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Chalkbeat is a nonprofit news organization committed to covering one of America's most important stories: the effort to improve schools for all children, especially those who have historically lacked access to a quality education. We are mission-driven, in that we believe that every child deserves an excellent education, and that a strong press is vital to making that happen. Yet we are also fiercely independent, in that we do not take a position on the best path for achieving equity. Because we believe that education is fundamentally a local issue, our coverage is rooted in local communities. To date, we report from and about seven locations: Chicago, Colorado, Detroit, Indiana, Newark, New York, and Tennessee. As a nonprofit, Chalkbeat's support comes from a diverse mix of sources, including sponsors who pay for opportunities to share messages with our readers and donors who believe in our mission. As most local news sources shrink, creating more so-called news deserts, Chalkbeat is building a sustainable model that is local, substantive, and independent.



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Chalkbeat News

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09/04/2019 - Indiana 2019 test scores drop, hitting new low in first year of ...

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