Today, we have Cole Claybourn joining us on The Way Home podcast. Cole Claybourn is the education reporter for U.S. News & World Report and primarily focuses on higher education. He is on staff at Sports Spectrum where he is a contributor, writer, and producer of the networks podcast. Today, we discuss several things like the state of higher eduction, sports, and his personal experience with a disastrous tornado that ripped through his town of Bowling Green, Kentucky on December 11th, 2021. If you have questions about the state of higher education or would like to learn more about Cole’s work, then this episode is just for you!
Cole Claybourn Biography: Cole Claybourn is the education reporter for U.S. News & World Report and primarily focuses on higher education. He is on staff at Sports Spectrum where he is a contributor, writer, and producer of the networks podcast. He is the host of the In No Hurry podcast and runs his newsletter, The Road Ahead. His work can be found in Relevant Magazine, Outreach Magazine, USA Today, Crosswalk.com, and The Washington Post where he writes on faith and sports. Before serving on staff at U.S. News, Cole spent five years as an educator teaching English. He also worked for Evansville Courier & Press and the Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, where he reported on regional news and sports. He is a graduate of Western Kentucky University. Him and his wife Emily enjoy sports, reading, traveling, and drinking way too much iced coffee!
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