Founded in 1947, the National Education Writers Association (EWA) was created in order to improve education reporting to the public. Currently the EWA has over 1000 members, and their number includes those who work in a variety of media, including broadcast news and print publications. Visitors to their homepage can take a look at their weblog, "Education Reform", which reports on what various political candidates are saying about education on the campaign trail. Visitors can also find news articles on the site which cover topics such as school voucher debates, urban school system reform, and developments within higher education. Users can also find high-quality online materials on all aspects of education, including funding and access, curriculum, school funding, and violence in schools.