Author: sarahnichols

New guide helps journalism teachers navigate Career and Technical Education

A new Career and Technical Education guide is available from the Journalism Education Association. College and career connections have always been a part of publications programs; many skills cross over to career and technical programs such as visual communication, business communication and graphic design. Moving publications from language arts or elective classifications to Career and…
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JEA launches national critique training

The Journalism Education Association has developed a free online training designed to serve as a guide to the experience of judging student media for contests or critiques. The course, “Critique training: You be the judge,” provides an opportunity for new and experienced judges to gain professional development and earn a badge as a certified judge.…
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JEA signs five-year contract with Kansas State University

JEA’s board of directors and Executive Director Kelly Glasscock, CJE, pose with a K-State pennant to celebrate a signed contract for the university to host the organization’s headquarters from 2019-2024. Photo by Bradley Wilson, MJE The Journalism Education Association has approved a five-year contract with Kansas State University to begin July 1, 2019. The board…
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JEA leaders emphasize value of scholastic journalism at NCTE convention

Before the exhibit hall opens at the NCTE Annual Convention Nov. 16, 2018, Vice President Val Kibler, MJE, Press Rights Director Lori Keekley, MJE, President Sarah Nichols, MJE, and NCTE Liaison Jonathan Rogers, MJE, pose at the JEA booth inside the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.   One of multiple themes shared Nov.…
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Board approves convention contract, bylaw change

JEA President Sarah Nichols, MJE, responds to questions during board discussion Nov. 1, 2018 at Hyatt Regency Chicago. (Photo by Kelly Glasscock, CJE)   The Journalism Education Association board of directors met Nov. 1 in Chicago prior to kickoff of the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention. A live demonstration online from Kate Dubiel in…
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