JEA News

Lauren Miller named 2004 Student Journalist of the Year

The 2004 student Journalist of the Year competition required the review of state winners from 34 states. Thursday, 15 judges from all seven JEA membership regions selected four runners-up and one national Student Journalist of the year. Each portfolio was evaluated on quality, scope and impact in five areas: skilled and creative use of media,…
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Minutes from April 1, 2004, Board of Directors Meeting

San Diego, Calif. • April 1, 2004 Submitted by Susan Hathaway Tantillo, secretary Regional Directors agreed to ask their State Directors to find information for the missing states regarding whether certification is required to teach journalism. States we know require journalism certification are Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Arkansas, Indiana. Regional directors agreed to find how…
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C:JET Volume 36, 2002-2003

Fall 2002, Vol. 36, #1 Click here to purchase the Fall 2002, Vol. 36, #1 issue of the JEA magazine SOLD OUT “Making People Feel Valued” by Susan Fergueson and Logan Aimone “Staff Retreats Lead to Success” by Vince DeMiero “Banquets Serve as Reward” by Katie Myers “Favorite Icebreakers” by Ronnie Campagna “All the President’s Men:…
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Write-off contest results, fall 2003 (Washington, D.C.)

1,920 entrants 595 winners (31%) in 48 contests 98 superiors (16%) 187 excellents (31%) 310 honorable mentions (52%) NEWSWRITING Superior Jessica Arriens (Lakota East High School, OH) Superior Emily Brown (Highland Park High School, TX) Superior Katie Moulton (Oakville Senior High School, MO) Superior Beth Rich (Ladue Horton Watkins High School, MO) Superior Diana Samuels…
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Georgia principal receives national award

The Journalism Education Association (JEA) honored Cheryl L. Finke, principal of Chamblee (Ga.) High School, with its Administrator of the Year Award during the organization’s national convention. She received the award at a luncheon at the Hilton Washington, in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, Nov. 22. Finke spoke at the luncheon about the situation leading up…
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