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These links are provided for you to make the most of your scholastic journalism experience!
- Association of Christian Schools International
- Center for Scholastic Journalism
Has information about certification in 50 states plus the District of Columbia. Set up as a map, this includes summaries of what each state requires — or doesn’t require — to teach journalism plus links to each department of education web site.
- College Media Consultants
- College Media Advisers
- Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA)
- Dow Jones Newspaper Fund
- Florida Scholastic Press Association (FSPA)
- Freedom Forum
- Journalism EducationAssociation (JEA)
- JEA Scholastic Press Rights Commission
Easily find everything from teaching materials to awards forms to statements about responsible journalism to share with your staffs and administrators.
- High School Journalism
- National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA)
- Poynter Institute
- Professional School Photographers Association (PSPA) | Digital Guidelines
for digital data & image format guidelines
- Shop for Awards: awards, ribbons, plaques and more.
- Southern Interscholastic Press Association (SIPA)
- Society for News Design (SND)
- Mike Bennett, a graduate of Rockledge High School and a student at BCC, continues to grow his videography skills as he works at marciameskielmacy.com and the various workshops and seminars operating for MySeminars, LLC. His work is displayed in the videos for Camp Wannamaka. He is available at firstname.lastname@example.org and gets our highest recommendations!