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Partner Project provides training at St. Cloud High School

St. Cloud High School journalism students and Partner Project instructors document St. Cloud Principal Nate Fancher as he competes in a team-building activity to kick off the training experience sponsored by JEA/NSPA. Fancher also held a press conference to help generate story ideas leading to student coverage during the workshop. (Photo by Kyle Carter, CJE)…
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JEA/NSPA supports Montana high school in first of two Partner Projects

[Garfield County District High School students work with elementary school kids to teach them photography and writing skills using smartphones]   Michelle Balmeo, MJE, of Oregon and Ellen Austin, MJE, of California travelled to Garfield County District High School in Jordan, Montana to meet with and provide training to Beth Lawrence and Katie Shawver, co-advisers of…
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Online submission materials for 2018 Chicago Write-offs available

Online submission materials are made available for use in preparing entries for selected JEA Write-offs contests.  Each zip file contains contest instructions and all materials needed to complete your entry.  For full contest information, go to the main JEA Write-offs page. 09: Newspaper Layout 09_NewspaperLayout.zip 10: Newsmagazine Layout 10_NewsmagazineLayout.zip 16: Yearbook Layout Theme 16_YBKLayout_Theme.zip 17: Yearbook Layout…
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JEA names four Friends of Scholastic Journalism for 2018

Four individuals/groups who have made significant contributions to scholastic journalism will be recognized this fall as a JEA Friend of Scholastic Journalism. Each will receive an award during the Saturday Adviser Luncheon at the convention in Chicago. The award recipients are Joe Fain, Washington State Senator; Greg Luft, Professor and Chair of Journalism and Media…
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JEA announces new curriculum leaders

The Journalism Education Association has selected five new curriculum leaders to work on the next phase of the curriculum initiative.

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