Author: conniefulkerson

12 schools to receive First Amendment Press Freedom Award

A committee with representatives from the Journalism Education Association, National Scholastic Press Association and Quill and Scroll International Honor Society chose 12 winners for the 2019 First Amendment Press Freedom Award. The award recognizes public and private high schools that actively support, teach and protect First Amendment rights and responsibilities of students and teachers, with…
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Gayda resigns director-at-large position to prioritize other roles

The Journalism Education Association announced today that Tom Gayda, MJE, has resigned from his three-year post as director-at-large, effective immediately. Gayda said changes to duties and responsibilities with different roles in his life led to the decision, and he wanted to use the summer as a time to prioritize. “At this time I am able…
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JEA selects ‘The Hate U Give’ as 2018-2019 One Book

As advisers, we teach our students to share their voices and that good journalism is active in nature. If something our students write evokes change or sparks conversation then they’ve succeeded. We’ve seen our students cover — and be at the center of — movements such as  #BlackLivesMatter, #MeToo and #NeverAgain. And while nonfiction can…
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Spring 2017 Seattle Write-off results

Here is the official list of Write-offs award winners for Spring 2017 at the Seattle convention.

JEA announces 2017 National High School Journalist of the Year

Meghan Bobrowsky of Davis (California) Senior High School, was named the 2017 National High School Journalist of the Year.

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