Author: sarahnichols

JEA joins The Partnership for 21st Century Learning

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Journalism Education Association has joined The Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21), a coalition of education, business and government leaders whose collaborative focus is to embrace 21st century education as a foundation for lifelong learning. As a member organization, JEA will work with partners to bring about changes in state, local…
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Agenda for Nov. 17, 2017 General Membership Meeting

Agenda Journalism Education Association General Membership Meeting Nov. 17, 2017 • 8 a.m. Cumberland G, Exhibition Level • Hyatt Regency • Dallas I. Call to order — Sarah Nichols II. Roll call — Connie Fulkerson III. Approval of minutes — Sarah Nichols IV. Reports A. Summary of board action — Sarah Nichols B. Conventions — Kelly Glasscock C. Financial reports —…
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Malcom-Bjorklund appointed to director-at-large position

Mike Malcom-Bjorklund, CJE, will join the Journalism Education Association board of directors as director-at-large July 1. He teaches media and eighth grade language arts and advises the RCSA Innovation Ascent (newspaper, yearbook and podcast) in Jacksonville, Florida. President Sarah Nichols, MJE, made the appointment today after the board reviewed and discussed applications from four candidates.…
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Humphrey resigns director-at-large position to pursue new opportunity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Journalism Education Association announced today that Joe Humphrey, MJE, has resigned from his three-year post as director-at-large, effective immediately. Humphrey is leaving the journalism classroom to accept a full-time marketing job for Hillsborough County Public Schools, the district in Tampa, Florida, where he has been teaching for the past 13 years. President Sarah…
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Leadership positions open with May 19 application deadline

President Sarah Nichols, MJE, encouraged members to consider applying to lead Journalist of the Year, Mentoring or Scholastic Journalism Week, or to chair the newly formed Career and Technical Education (CTE) Committee. Applications for these four positions are due May 19.

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