Education Writers Associationhttp://www.ewa.org/
The EWA has 3,000 members who cover education at all levels. The website contains background information on a wealth of education topics, such as common core, school financing, teacher evaluation, college affordability and online education. Resources include blogs, listservs and job search information.
Investigative Reporters and Editorshttp://ire.org/
The IRE website offers tipsheets on a wide range of reporting topics, such as using state public records and public meetings laws, interviewing techniques, using real estate records, developing sources and using computer databases. The IRE also has an extensive compilation of investigative stories. The stories can serve a guides for helping a reporter develop a similar story. The organization also conducts workshops and training sessions for reporters and editors, and these are announced on the website.
The Crime Reporthttp://www.thecrimereport.org/resources/media-toolkit
This website is operated by Criminal Justice Journalists, an organization of reporters who cover police and crime. The site includes tips on crime reporting, news stories and analyses of crime reporting and case studies of news reporting on crime.