Updated: January 4, 2012 9:24AM
Kate N. Grossman is deputy editorial page editor at the Chicago Sun-Times.
Grossman covers the Chicago school system, the state budget and a variety of city and state policy issues. In 2010 and 2011, she authored several editorials for the paper’s award-winning “Maxed Out” series, which examined local and state budget crises. In 2010 and 2009, she won National Education Writers Association opinion writing awards for her coverage of the Chicago Public Schools.
Before joining the editorial board in 2008, Grossman spent seven years as a Sun-Times metro reporter, primarily covering education and public housing.
Grossman previously worked in the Chicago bureau of the Associated Press, for the Providence (RI) Journal and spent one year as an assistant teacher in a Chicago public school. She has dual master degrees in journalism and public policy from Columbia University. Her undergraduate history degree is from Cornell University.