JEA News

First JEA Diversity Award honors staff at Davenport Central High School

The Journalism Education Association will honor the Blackhawk newspaper staff of Davenport (Iowa) Central High School with its first Diversity Award on April 14 at the spring JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Denver. JEA’s Diversity Award honors a scholastic journalism teacher, student media adviser or scholastic journalism group demonstrating a commitment to cultural…
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Good Night, and Good Luck

CLICK HERE for a PDF version of this file. Good Night, and Good Luck We will not walk in fear of one another A guide for teaching the movie in your classroom. CLICK HERE for more curriculum information on this movie from the RTNDF High School Journalism Project. CLICK HERE for more information on the…
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The Paper

Never Let the Truth Get in the Way of a Good Story Part II: Part I appears in the spring 2007 edition of Communication: Journalism Education Today. CLICK HERE for plot information. Parter Test B By Cheryl Pratt Media reporters begin good stories by uncovering facts. Reporters in training can learn to listen closely. They…
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C:JET Volume 39, 2005-2006

Fall 2005, Vol. 39, #1 Click here to purchase the Fall 2005, Vol. 39, #1 issue of the JEA magazine Agricultural Journalism “It’s a Niche Industry” by Leigh Ochsner With excerpts and samples of agricultural journalism by Karne Briere, Barbara Kuckworth, Mary MacArthur, Mike Raine, David Lundquist, Matt Stamey, Dan Anderson, John Phipps and Michael…
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Write-off contest results, fall 2006 (Nashville)

1,988 Entrants 103 Superiors 214 Excellents 309 Honorable Mentions Contest Rating Recipient, School (City, State) Newswriting Superior Sasha Guttentag, Henry M Gunn HS (Palo Alto, CA) Superior Ben Phelps, Floyd Central HS (Floyds Knob, IN) Superior Cameron Zeeb, Gahanna Lincoln HS (Gahanna, OH) Excellent Nick Abramson, Sacramento Country Day School (Sacramento, CA) Excellent Kaitlin Arnold,…
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