Journalism Education Association

Type: Organization
Name: Journalism Education Association
First reported Oct 30 2014 - Updated Oct 30 2014 - 1 reports

Up Where the Air Is Rare

Chantilly Mary Kay Downes has won her share of awards over the years; but now, she’s seemingly reached the pinnacle. On Oct. 15 in Charlottesville, she was inducted into the Virginia High School Hall of Fame.“I was pretty excited, as most inductees over ... [Published Arlington Connection - Oct 30 2014]
First reported Oct 08 2014 - Updated Oct 08 2014 - 1 reports

New hats, familiar faces at Mercy, Burlingame

SHC students visited Fr. Greg Boyle’s Homeboy Industries. Back from left, Julia Rinaldi; Noelle Petersen; John Albach; Shay McWeeny; Gloria Cortez; Sidney McKenzie & Ellie Zavala. Front, Fr. Greg; Emiliano Salazer & Maya Redlinger. October 8th, 2 ... [Published Catholic San Francisco - Oct 08 2014]
First reported Sep 28 2014 - Updated Sep 28 2014 - 1 reports

Student journalists comment on J-day experience

Student journalists at today’s Journalism Education Association of Northern California  J-day journalism convention  at Palo Alto High School’s Media Arts Center responded to The Paly Voice’s questions: What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen or heard here, ... [Published Paly Voice - Sep 28 2014]
First reported May 30 2014 - Updated May 30 2014 - 1 reports

Editing yearbook photos not uncommon, says printer

It’s not unusual for Utah high schools to edit yearbook photos to delete facial piercings, to make athletes look faster, or even, as happened at Wasatch High School, to make students appear more modest."It varies from school to school as to what’s acceptable ... [Published Salt Lake Tribune - May 30 2014]

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It’s considered unethical to alter photos because journalism is about reality, he said. "People who take photos for a living are very stringent about printing the photo as reality, as it looks through the lens."
"Certification from the Journalism Education Association helps signify the top performers in our profession — those individuals who are not only great educators, but great journalists, too,” said Kelly Furnas, JEA executive director. “I think it speaks volumes about a yearbook company that would make this level of excellence a standard for its representatives who interact with classrooms."

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Up Where the Air Is Rare [Published Arlington Connection - Oct 30 2014]
New hats, familiar faces at Mercy, Burlingame [Published Catholic San Francisco - Oct 08 2014]
Student journalists comment on J-day experience [Published Paly Voice - Sep 28 2014]
Editing yearbook photos not uncommon, says printer [Published Salt Lake Tribune - May 30 2014]
Journalism Education Association Certifies 28 J... [Published PRWeb - Apr 03 2014]
Community, students pack school board meeting t... [Published Reporter - Mar 25 2014]
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