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Amy Morona

Content Producer

Amy Morona is a 2020 election content producer. Before arriving at Newsy, she spent more than two years as a producer with "Washington Week", the weekly reporters' roundtable show on PBS. Prior to that, the Emerson College graduate was a statewide public media education reporter at ideastream in Ohio and a digital projects producer at Cleveland's NBC affiliate, WKYC. In her spare time, Amy enjoys exploring Washington, D.C., with her husband, Joey, and their 11-year-old beagle, Kobe.

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NewsyPolitics

President Trump And Joe Biden Differ On Education Plans

Bob Edme / APSci/Health

Europe Sees Spike Of COVID-19 Cases

Gregory Bull / APSci/Health

How Are Small Colleges Handling COVID-19?

Beach goers set up an umbrella
Jae C. Hong / APSci/Health

Tourism Industry Shows Slight Improvements Over Labor Day Weekend

Gregory Bull / APU.S.

Education Takes Higher Profile In 2020 Election

Gerry Broome / APU.S.

How Are Colleges Handling Quarantining On Campus?

Becky Bohrer / APU.S.

COVID-19 Moves College Campaigning Online

Media mogul Oprah Winfrey endorses then-Sen. Barack Obama for president in 2008.
AP Photo/Elise AmendolaEntertainment

Do Celebrity Endorsements Matter? It's Complicated

Gerry Broome / APSci/Health

Colleges Shift Online After Uptick of Coronavirus Cases

School bus file photo
Keith Srakocic / APU.S.

Districts, School Bus Companies Face Challenges in Return To Class

Caption Jesse Yip, 5, makes a bubble as he plays with family at their home.
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Adjust for Virtual Learning?

Gerry Broome / APU.S.

Self-Quarantining Rule A Costly Complication For Many College Students

sophomores' Natalie Brantley, 15, left and Yareny Aguilar-Perez, 15
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Can Older Kids Be More Proactive?

Nanny and children
StoryblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: How Can I Keep My Child Care Worker Safe?

San Francisco Giants ball kid Austin Ginn, left, brings balls to umpire.
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How To Talk To Adults About Enforcing Guidelines

Family using video chat
StoryblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: How Can We Discuss Limited Interactions?

Back-to-school sign in Jefferson, Georgia
Carlos Andres Cuervo / NewsyU.S.

Schools Are Open In One Georgia District. Masks Aren't Required.

Children celebrate at a birthday party
StoryblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Prepare Kids For Disappointment?

Family together outdoors
StoryblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Explain Why We're Staying Home?

Boy using smartphone
StoryblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: Should I Limit My Child's Exposure To The News?

Child counts coins
StoryblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Talk To Kids About Financial Cutbacks?

"Closed" sign in bar window
Charlie Neibergall / APU.S.

COVID-19 Is Shaking The Economies Of College Towns

Parents and children
VideoblocksU.S.

Pandemic Parenting: How Can Parents Prioritize Their Mental Health?

Custodian Joel Cruz cleans a teacher's desk.
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Can I Support Educators?

Kids looks at turtles at the Sempione Park.
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Monitor My Kid’s Mental Health?

A young traveller wears a face mask
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Teach My Kids Safe Habits?

High school graduate Lizzie Quinlivan poses for a photo.
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Can I Support My College Student?

Rachel Keenan, 9, takes a live class online
APSci/Health

Pandemic Parenting: How Do I Ask My Boss For Flexibility?

Line of school buses
Charles Krupa \ APU.S.

What Remote Learning Challenges Do Students With Disabilities Face?

Kim Chandler / APU.S.

Schools Push For Removing Names Of Confederate Leaders On Buildings