Former cable TV news anchor turned education reformer Campbell Brown is launching a new project. Brent Scher of the Washington Free Beacon reports.

Brown, a former CNN host, announced the launch of a non-profit education news site on Tuesday that will operate “to challenge the status quo, expose corruption and inequality, and champion the heroes who bring positive change to our schools.”

The Seventy Four, named after the 74 million children under the age of 18 in the United States, will launch in mid-July and will aim to give a voice to those underserved by the current system.

“We are long overdue for an honest conversation about what works and what doesn’t work,” said Brown. “That’s why we started The Seventy Four, a newsroom with an unapologetic point of view that will serve as a platform for those without a voice.”

Brown says that although it will be clear that the site is advocating for certain policies, the goal is to “lead an honest, fact-based conversation” aimed at “making education a front-page story.”

“Our mission is to lead an honest, fact-based conversation about how to give America’s 74 million children under the age of 18 the education they deserve,” according to the website.