JEA News

JEA announces 2020 election results

Sarah Nichols, MJE, of Whitney High School, Rocklin, California, has been elected as the 35th president of the national Journalism Education Association and will lead the JEA board for three more years starting May 1. Nichols received 100 percent of the 426 votes cast for an unanimous endorsement of the voting members of the organization.…
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Online submission materials available for Spring 2020 Nashville National Student Media Contests

Online submission materials are made available for use in preparing entries for selected JEA Write-offs contests.  Each zip file contains contest instructions and all materials needed to complete your entry.  For full contest information, go to the main JEA National Student Media Contest page. 09: Newspaper Layout 09-Newspaper-Layout.zip (73MB) 10: Newsmagazine Layout 10-Newsmagazine-Layout.zip (40MB) 16: Yearbook Layout…
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JEA to honor Green with Teacher Inspiration Award

The Journalism Education Association has named Kim Green, MJE, of Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, as its 2020 Linda S. Puntney Teacher Inspiration Award recipient. This award recognizes a teacher who, through the teaching and/or advising of journalism, inspired others to pursue journalism teaching as a career and who has made a positive difference in…
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Lunch & Learn provides collaborative learning experience for mentees, mentors

  At Lunch & Learn, Susan Newell, MJE, responds to a topic raised by table leader Shawnee Rivera at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. Photo by Olivia Bergmeier A new professional development opportunity brings together mentees and mentors at the National High School Journalism Convention. The JEA Mentoring Program hosted its first Lunch…
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JEA honors 3 with Lifetime Achievement Award

Three individuals who have contributed significantly to scholastic journalism throughout their careers will receive the Journalism Education Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award on April 18 during the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. The award recipients are Julie Goldstein, Green Valley High School, Henderson, Nevada, who will retire this year, and 2019 retirees…
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