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JEA awards 2 Future Administrator Scholarships

The Journalism Education Association has awarded Barbara Bateman, CJE, of Daphne (Alabama) High School, and Laura Gordon Reska of University Preparatory Academy, San Jose, California, with Future Administrator Scholarships. This scholarship is for current advisers who intend to earn a secondary administrator’s credential/license and seek a position in administration. Up to $5,000 a year is…
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JEA honors Becky Tate as H.L. Hall Yearbook Adviser of the Year

The Journalism Education Association is pleased to name Becky Tate as the 2019 H.L. Hall National Yearbook Adviser of the Year. The surprise announcement was made Thursday, Dec. 12 at Shawnee Mission North High School in Overland Park, Kansas. The National High School Yearbook Adviser of the Year program is designed to honor outstanding high…
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Walnut Hill teams place 1-2 in National Journalism Quiz Bowl

Fall 2019 Quiz Bowl Winners: Senior Isabel Nissley, junior Delaney Owens, senior Mackienzee Rasheed and junior Abigail Jay from Walnut Hills High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, took home the National Journalism Quiz Bowl trophy from the 2019 JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Washington, D.C. Seniors Isabel Nissley and Mackienzee Rasheed and juniors…
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JEA names Geabhart its 2019 Broadcast Adviser of the Year

Christina Geabhart, MJE, talks to her class after receiving JEA’s Broadcast Adviser of the Year award presented by last year’s winner, Thomas Gregory, MJE.  The Journalism Education Association has awarded Christina Geabhart, MJE, of Oak Park High School in Kansas City, Missouri, as its 2019 Broadcast Adviser of the Year. Geabhart, who has been teaching…
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Flechtner to receive JEA’s highest honor — the Carl Towley Award

The Journalism Education Association has awarded Bill Flechtner, MJE, of Milwaukie, Oregon, its 2019 Carl Towley Award. Flechtner, who has dedicated nearly five decades to scholastic journalism in a variety of ways, has had a significant impact on advisers in Oregon and across the country. Throughout his years advising student publications, first in Ione and…
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