Category: JEA News

Agenda for the April 10, 2021 board meeting

Agenda Click here to download the board packet. Journalism Education Association Board Meeting April 10, 2021 • 10 a.m. Central I. Call to order — Sarah Nichols, MJE (10 a.m.) II. Roll call and determination of quorum — Cindy Horchem, CJE III. Reading of notice of meeting — Cindy Horchem, CJE IV. Approval of minutes…
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Agenda for April 12, 2021 general membership meeting

The Journalism Education Association will conduct a modified, virtual general membership meeting April 12, 2021. Members will have the ability to access materials by logging in to with their username and password. The materials will remain available online for future access. To model the traditional format as closely as possible, the meeting will include…
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14 named press freedom schools

By Kristin Taylor, MJE, Scholastic Press Rights director A committee with representatives from the Journalism Education Association, National Scholastic Press Association and Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society chose 14 First Amendment Press Freedom Award winners for 2021.  The award recognizes private and public high schools that actively support, teach and protect First Amendment rights…
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Online submission materials for Spring 2021 NSMC available

Online submission materials are made available for use in preparing entries for selected JEA National Student Media Contests.  Each zip file contains contest instructions and all materials needed to complete your entry.  For full contest information, go to the main JEA National Student Media Contests page. 01: Newswriting View/download assignment prompt Download materials (72 MB) 02: Editorial…
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Scholastic Journalism Week 2021 focuses on how journalism makes a difference

By PJ Cabrera, CJE, Scholastic Journalism Week coordinator Scholastic Journalism Week is Feb. 21-27 featuring #WhatWeDoMatters. It is a week that focuses on reminding scholastic journalism students that their work is vital to their community. “The committee wanted to use this week having teachers remind students that what they are doing is important,” said Scholastic…
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