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  • Advisers wary of print-to-online transition

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Elaine Broussard

    Journalism educators must weigh the pros of building their students’ proficiency with digital formats versus the cons of giving up a traditionally beloved print format.

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  • Guiding students to ethical use of social media

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Rhonda Dickens

    As professional and university journalists grapple with using social media ethically, should high school journalism educators write social media guidelines as well?

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  • Journalism teachers struggle teaching copyright and fair use laws

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Linda Hopson

    The adviser for a student newspaper in Boulder, Colo., logged onto her computer to check a story posted online about the new hit TV series “SMASH” and let out a sigh.

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  • Journalists, educators: Make diversity intentional

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Denise Powell

    This article will inform you how to bring diversity to your journalism staff. Diversity may not happen in school journalism if you’re not intentional.

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  • Journalism education threatened at Title I schools

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Cody Roberts

    Title I high schools face numerous obstacles from a socio-economic standpoint. Oftentimes elective courses such as journalism are forced onto the financial chopping block or are deemed irrelevant by t

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  • Anonymous sources are a necessary evil for journalists

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Deann McBride

    You never use an anonymous source. You just don't, said Dennis Wagner, senior reporter for The Arizona Republic. And then he told a story about a time he did.

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  • Girls rule in journalism too

    Thursday, June 28, 2012 By: Deborah Glenn

    Girls are surpassing boys in grades, test scores and college admissions, and this trend has found its way into journalism classrooms around the country. High school journalism advisers and college ad

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The adviser for a student newspaper in Boulder, Colo., logged onto her computer to check a story posted online about the new hit TV series “SMASH” and let out a sigh.
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As professional and university journalists grapple with using social media ethically, should high school journalism educators write social media guidelines as well?
full story 
Title I high schools face numerous obstacles from a socio-economic standpoint. Oftentimes elective courses such as journalism are forced onto the financial chopping block or are deemed irrelevant by t
full story 
This article will inform you how to bring diversity to your journalism staff. Diversity may not happen in school journalism if you’re not intentional.
full story 
When the Squash Blossom opens in a few weeks, it will be the first restaurant venture for Carrie Lester. But her work in the food industry goes back more than 15 years, she said.
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You never use an anonymous source. You just don't, said Dennis Wagner, senior reporter for The Arizona Republic. And then he told a story about a time he did.
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Girls are surpassing boys in grades, test scores and college admissions, and this trend has found its way into journalism classrooms around the country. High school journalism advisers and college ad
full story 
Journalism educators must weigh the pros of building their students’ proficiency with digital formats versus the cons of giving up a traditionally beloved print format.
full story 
It was 108 degrees at lunchtime in front of the Chase building on Central, but hotdog seller David Tonstad wasn’t sweating it. Like many other Phoenix natives he seemed unimpressed. “It’s hot, but it
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Phoenix residents hydrate in a variety of ways to help combat the effects of temperatures soaring well over 100 degrees in the summer.
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