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Meredith C. Cummings, a journalism instructor and director of the Alabama Scholastic Press Association at the University of Alabama, has achieved certified journalism educator status from the Journalism Education Association. Cummings was honored Nov...
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Welcome to Journalism Education Association The Journalism Education Association is the largest scholastic journalism organization for teachers and advisers. Put simply, we educate teachers on how to...
JEA’s Advisers Institute brings journalism teachers from across the country together for a week of adviser-specific training and networking.
Model Guidelines From: by Journalism Education Association, 1987 (Guidelines were originated by John Bowen and approved by JEA Board of Directors) The Journalism Education Association urges adviser...