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Winners Announced in the Digital Divide Contest

Winners Announced in the Digital Divide Contest

SchoolJournalism Staff
November 25, 2020
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The “Digital Divide” Contest for Scholastic Journalists

SchoolJournalism Staff
August 21, 2020
Literature: A Portal to Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning 

Literature: A Portal to Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning 

Leigh Kellmann Kolb, Assistant Professor of English and Journalism at East Central College
July 17, 2020
eLearning: Lessons Learned and Lessons Shared

eLearning: Lessons Learned and Lessons Shared

Christina Geabhart, MJE, 2019 JEA Broadcast Adviser of the Year and journalism adviser at Oak Park High School, Kansas City, Mo
June 27, 2020
Empowering HS Journalists to Report on Race, Equality, and Social Justice

Empowering HS Journalists to Report on Race, Equality, and Social Justice

Jane Bannester, Ritenour High School Broadcast Journalism Teacher
June 14, 2020
Diagnosing Propaganda Techniques in Campaign Ads: Civic Discourse and Media Literacy

Diagnosing Propaganda Techniques in Campaign Ads: Civic Discourse and Media Literacy

Leigh Kellmann Kolb, Assistant Professor of English and Journalism at East Central College
January 13, 2020
The Princeton Summer Journalism Program

The Princeton Summer Journalism Program

Tieisha Tift, Princeton Program Associate, PUPP/PSJP
December 16, 2019
Media Literacy Resources: Navigating a Digital Society

Media Literacy Resources: Navigating a Digital Society

Michelle Turner and Leigh Kolb
September 5, 2019
Creating a Deeper Understanding of the First Amendment With a PSA Contest

Creating a Deeper Understanding of the First Amendment With a PSA Contest

Stacy Gerst, Hammonton High School in Hammonton, New Jersey
July 8, 2019
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