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Write-offs become National Student Media Contests

Since 1975, the Write-offs have been a staple of the National High School Journalism Conventions, but they have changed since those early years. Today, JEA offers 46 writing, design, photography and broadcast contests. Our competitors represent their school’s newspaper, newsmagazine, literary magazine, broadcast, online, photography, digital media and graphic design programs and more than 3,000…
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Contest photo galleries now available as exemplars

Earlier this month, JEA unveiled a series of photo galleries so that advisers worldwide can see the winning entries in JEA Write-off photo contests — https://jeaphoto.smugmug.com/. “This is something JEA members have been waiting for,” said photography contest coordinator Bradley Wilson. “It’s going to turn the images that win awards into teachable moments for anyone…
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Partner Project provides training at Gautier High School

Members of Gautier High School Media conduct a press conference as part of the first 2019 JEA Partner Project. Advisers Kyle Carter, CJE, Michelle Balmeo, MJE, and R.J. Morgan, CJE, worked with 31 students Aug. 22-24. Four additional Partner Projects will run Sept.12-14. (Photo by Kyle Carter)   The Partner Project launched its 2019 slate…
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JEA Advisers Institute will return to New Orleans in 2020 and 2021

The Journalism Education Association signed contracts with the Ace Hotel in New Orleans for 2020 and 2021 to host its summer Advisers Institute. The motion passed 7-0 in an electronic vote conducted by the board of directors Aug. 17, 2019. “The move to bring JEA Advisers Institute to New Orleans was popular, but the venue…
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JEA announces new curriculum leaders

The Journalism Education Association has selected six new curriculum leaders to work on the 2019-20 curriculum initiative. These new curriculum leaders will work across multiple areas to improve how JEA’s hundreds of lessons can be used in a variety of classrooms. Leaders will develop new curriculum, create adaptations and modifications to existing lessons, update exemplars…
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