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CA governor signs legislation protecting advisers

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed one of the nation’s toughest and most forward-looking laws protecting teachers against unfair retaliation when they stand up for their students’ First Amendment rights. For the SPLC story, go here.

Creating a learning arena for students

Colorado journalism teacher Mark Newton set up a blog for his journalism and publication students to discuss classroom assignments and readings. This is an easily duplicatable model and an excellent way to get expanded discussion not only among students but other stakeholders in democracy, local and distant. The questions are excellent and the responses show…
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What to do when facing a forum status threat

As school officials become more sophisticated about scholastic media law or at least more aware of its implications, they might attempt to change forum policies into something less educationally valid. Here are some suggestions, in priority order, to help you and your students if faced with such situations: Collect all the documentation you can find…
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Minutes of the Journalism Education Association General Membership Meeting

Convention Center, Portland, Oregon  President Ann Visser called the meeting to order at 8:12 a.m. Past President H.L. Hall called roll. In attendance were: Ann Visser, MJE, president and Finance Committee chair Jack Kennedy, MJE, vice president and Scholastic Journalism Week chair Susan Tantillo, MJE, secretary and Award Committee co-chair H.L. Hall, MJE, past president…
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Minutes of the Journalism Education Association Board Meeting

Minutes of the Journalism Education Association Board Meeting Convention Center, Portland, Oregon President Ann Visser called the meeting to order at 8:46 a.m. Board members agreed by consensus to suspend the rules and allow the president to speak on matters during the meeting. Past President H.L. Hall called roll. In attendance were:Ann Visser, MJE, president…
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