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JEA selects Carabello as Future Administrator Scholarship recipient

The Journalism Education Association has awarded Zeb Carabello, CJE, of Rangeview High School, Aurora, Colorado, with the JEA Future Administrator Scholarship. Carabello began his career in the newsroom after earning his degree in journalism from Colorado State University. However, it didn’t take long for him to find his way to the classroom to impart his…
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Seattle and Kansas City selected as future NHSJC locations

The Journalism Education Association approved two new proposals for the National High School Journalism Convention, signing contracts for Seattle in spring of 2021 and Kansas City in spring of 2024. Both motions passed 7-0 in online votes conducted by the board of directors Dec. 19 and 28. The contracts also were approved by the National…
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First-time Convention Grant recipients learn in Chicago

Advisers Jennifer Brunner, PD Jackson Olin High School, Ensley, Alabama, Malorie Paine, Kingsbury High School, Memphis, Tennessee, Evan Elrod, Jasper High School, Jasper (Ind.), and two students from each high school attended the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention Nov. 1-4 in Chicago as recipients. The grant provided a professional learning package for each team…
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JEA Announces 2018 H.L. Hall Yearbook Adviser of the Year

The Journalism Education Association is pleased to announce Charla Harris, CJE, the 2018 H.L. Hall National High School Yearbook Adviser of the Year. The surprise announcement was made tonight at the Pleasant Grove ISD Board of Trustees meeting in Texarkana, Texas. The National High School Yearbook Adviser of the Year program is designed to honor…
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Walnut Hills High School captures National Journalism Quiz Bowl trophy

Matthew Youkilis, Nick Robertson, Conrad Kleiner and Grace Sublett, all seniors from Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati, were named National Journalism Quiz Bowl champions Nov. 2 at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Chicago. Students on the winning team represented the Chatterbox newspaper staff, and each brought their own expertise to…
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