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High school teachers to participate in Reynolds Institute at Arizona State

June 15, 2014

Release courtesy ASU News. Thirty-five high school journalism teachers from across the country will enhance their skills at Arizona State University this summer in a training program funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and administered by the American Society of News Editors through its You...

Teachers selected to receive innovative training at 2014 Reynolds High School Journalism Institute

June 13, 2014

COLUMBIA, Missouri — The Youth Journalism Initiative of the American Society of News Editors will continue its national effort to inspire youth in the ever-changing world of journalism by training 140 secondary-school teachers at the 2014 Reynolds High School Journalism Institute. The Institute provides...

Quill and Scroll 2014 contest winners announced

May 1, 2014

The awards for Quill and Scroll's 2014 International Photo and Writing Competition and Blogging Competition were posted on the Quill and Scroll website today. Congratulations to the 16 sweepstakes winners for finishing first in their division, as well as the six winners in the blogging competition! The...

The Common Core and international education

Shane Rabinowitz, Advisory Board member

April 30, 2014

Members of SchoolJournalism.org’s Advisory Board recently participated in a press call with officials at the White House regarding the First Lady’s recent visit to China. This is the third in a series of stories written by Advisory Board members following the call. First Lady Michelle Obama ha...

Scholastic journalism community gathers at spring JEA/NSPA convention

April 21, 2014

Over 3,000 people in the scholastic journalism community gathered this month in San Diego, to attend the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association's Spring National High School Journalism Convention. Advisers, students, advertisers and representatives from various...

First Lady’s trip to China an opportunity for engagement, collaboration

Basundhara Mukherjee, Advisory Board member

April 16, 2014

Members of SchoolJournalism.org’s Advisory Board recently participated in a press call with officials at the White House regarding the First Lady’s recent visit to China. This is the second in a series of stories written by Advisory Board members following the call. First Lady Michelle Obama ha...

News Literacy Project publishes new videos useful for teachers

April 15, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYofcLIAmoM The News Literacy Project regularly updates a portion of their website titled the Learn Channel, which is filled with video lessons and talks from professional journalists on topics, such as social media, prioritizing accuracy in breaking news situation...

#YOUnited: Social media unites students in America, China and beyond

Annie Schugart, Advisory Board member

April 7, 2014

Members of SchoolJournalism.org's Advisory Board recently participated in a press call with officials at the White House regarding the First Lady's recent visit to China. This is the first in a series of stories written by Advisory Board members following the call. "All people deserve the opportun...

First Lady to visit China March 19-26: U.S. students can ask her questions about the country

March 11, 2014

First Lady Michelle Obama will travel to China this month and is giving U.S. students the opportunity to follow along online and ask questions. Obama’s trip will focus “on the power and importance of education.” Click here to submit questions and to receive updates throughout the weeklong trip. ...

DJNF Teacher of the Year Ellen Austin discusses Reynolds High School Journalism Institute

March 4, 2014

Ellen Austin is the director of journalism at The Harker School in San Jose, Calif. She participated in the 2003 ASNE High School Journalism Institute (now the Reynolds High School Journalism Institute) and won the Dow Jones News Fund Teacher of the Year Award in 2012. Since leaving the Institute, Ellen...