Category: JEA News

Spring 2019 Anaheim Write-offs results

Photo by Olivia Bergmeier The following contestants have received awards for the Spring 2019 Anaheim Write-offs. 1021 students entered the Write-offs including 103 in broadcast 231 in photography 55 in literary magazine 236 in yearbook 557 received awards (55%) including 85 Superiors (15%) 176 Excellents (32%) 296 Honorable Mentions (53%) See a few of the judges’…
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JEA honors Ahlf with Aspiring Young Journalist Award

The Journalism Education Association has named Tayla Ahlf of Derby (Kansas) North Middle School, the 2019 Aspiring Young Journalist Award honoree. JEA presents this award to junior high/middle school students to acknowledge and reward their work, and to encourage them to continue their journalistic studies in high school. Marchella Mazzoni of Winslow Township Middle School…
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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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2019 Impact Award winner’s work motivates school to address mental-health issues

The Journalism Education Association and Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists have named The Chronicle staff at Classical Academy High School in Escondido, California, as winner of the 2019 Student Journalist Impact Award. After the death of one of their classmates, the staff of The Chronicle knew it needed to do…
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Applications now open for 2019 Curriculum Initiative positions

The JEA Curriculum Initiative is heading into its next cycle as a valuable member resource to meet teachers’ classroom needs through robust curriculum. Applications are now open for those interested in becoming curriculum leaders. Click here to apply. What’s next For the 2019-2020 curriculum cycle, we will continue to focus on differentiation and updating examples…
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