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Ohio instructor to assume C:JET copy editing role

Beth Butler, an adjunct instructor at Kent State University in North Canton, Ohio, will be the copy editor for JEA’s magazine — Communication: Journalism Education Today — beginning this fall. “The change brought on by the retirement of long-time assistants Howard Spanogle and Connie Fulkerson opened a new door to bring in someone new, at least…
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JEA announces new curriculum leaders

The Journalism Education Association has selected six new curriculum leaders to work on the 2019-20 curriculum initiative. These new curriculum leaders will work across multiple areas to improve how JEA’s hundreds of lessons can be used in a variety of classrooms. Leaders will develop new curriculum, create adaptations and modifications to existing lessons, update exemplars…
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New hire starts at JEA headquarters office

The Journalism Education Association welcomed Cindy Horchem July 16 as its new office specialist for the  headquarters office located at Kansas State University. Horchem will work part time serving the needs of nearly 3,000 JEA members. If the name sounds familiar, it might be because Horchem was a longtime journalism adviser and JEA member in…
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St. Louis and San Francisco selected as future NHSJC locations

The Journalism Education Association approved two new proposals for the National High School Journalism Convention, signing contracts in St. Louis for fall 2022 and San Francisco for spring 2023. Both motions passed 7-0 in online votes conducted by the board of directors May 22. The contracts also were approved by the National Scholastic Press Association, JEA’s…
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JEA announces winners of middle school media contest

The Journalism Education Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 JEA Junior High/Middle School National Media Contest. There were 367 entries in the 16 yearbook, newspaper, broadcast and photography categories. Judging for entries took place between April 18-May 8 by a committee of experienced judges from across the country. Student entries from 34 schools…
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