Category: JEA News

Seeking leader for j student-organization initiative

JEA Members, Are you a creative, energetic go-getter who values accomplishment? Are you interested in a JEA leadership position? Are you interested in supporting our members’ students? Are you interested in leading a new ad-hoc committee for our j program? I am looking for a person to chair the j Committee. JEA plans to take…
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A primer on JEAHELP Listserv

The JEAHELP Listserv is a virtual discussion community of more than a thousand journalism educators from around the globe. Teachers use the list to seek support and guidance as well as share resources and advice. JEAHELP is a benefit of membership in the association. How to join the JEAHELP Listserv To become part of the…
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Statement by National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Association regarding keynote speaker at recent Seattle convention

At one of the plenary keynote sessions of the two organizations’ semi-annual conventions, Mr. Dan Savage had been invited to share with students the power of social media in today’s world as well as speak about the problem of bullying of gay youth, an issue all too familiar in many American schools. Mr. Savage’s comments…
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Minutes from April 13, 2012, General Membership Meeting

General Membership Meeting April 13, 2012 Seattle, Washington Washington State Convention Center I. President Mark Newton calls the meeting to order at 8 a.m. II. Roll call: Present: Mark Newton, president; Sarah Nichols, vice president; Lori Oglesbee-Petter, secretary; Jack Kennedy, past president; Sandra Coyer, Region 1 director; Carrie Faust, Region 2 director; Gary Lindsay, Region 3 director;…
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Multicultural Commission Minutes

April 14, 2012, Seattle JEA/NSPA Convention Attendance: Before the meeting, Stan, Norma and Judith briefly discussed the website, and whether it would be hosted by JEA and whether we would add our information to their site or launch our own which is ready and link to their site, and whether other committees who had developed…
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