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Applications now open for 2018 Curriculum Initiative positions

A few changes For the 2018 curriculum cycle, we are stepping away from content creation to spend a year focusing on revision and usability of the curriculum. We currently have hundreds of lessons and more content than an educator could possibly teach in a year. The next iteration of curriculum leaders will help us refine…
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11 SCHOOLS WIN FIRST AMENDMENT PRESS FREEDOM AWARD

A committee with representatives from the Journalism Education Association, National Scholastic Press Association and Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society chose 11 First Amendment Press Freedom Award winners for 2018. The award recognizes private and public high schools that actively support, teach and protect First Amendment rights and responsibilities of students and teachers, with an…
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WRITE THE WORLD: OP-ED WRITING COMPETITION OPENS MARCH 5

JEA is teaming up with Write the World, a writing and publishing platform for young people across the globe, to co-host an op-ed writing competition that opens March 5. Write the World is dedicated to improving the writing of high school students through a global online community and guided interactive process. Young writers are empowered to…
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JEA ENDORSES STATE LEGISLATION PROTECTING FREE EXPRESSION OF STUDENTS

JEA’s board of directors celebrates Scholastic Journalism Week by endorsing Washington SB 5064 and New York Assembly Bill A9801 and Senate Bill S7721. The board endorsement of the bills reflects the organization’s mission and beliefs — including active defense of First Amendment freedoms and journalistic responsibilities. In both states, the legislations’ purpose — to restore…
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JEA selects “Work Happy: What Great Bosses Know” as spring 2018 One Book

The One Book: JEA selects “Work Happy: What Great Bosses Know” as the spring 2018 One Book.

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