Northwest Scholastic Press

Elimination of programs poses threat to scholastic journalism, and what you can do to stop it today

November 22, 2011

Scholastic Journalism Institute White Paper on Threats to Scholastic Journalism Programs Click here: http://thinksji.org/threats-initiative/ti-white-paper/ Among the current threats to journalism...

Tom French’s postscript to Angels and Demons

November 15, 2011

UPDATE: Tom French's postscript to Angels and Demons:  http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/article1201925.ece Watching Oba Chandler die brings relief, but no justice for tormented...

School census shows big student media presence; yearbook programs most popular student medium

November 12, 2011

Study reveals online journalism lagging, poor and minority students excluded Kent State University’s Center for Scholastic Journalism released today one of the most extensive national counts of American...

Ready for a radical rewrite? New website accompanies popular book

October 24, 2011

Bobby Hawthorne launched The Radical Write website today. http://radicalwrite.com/ What is The Radical Write, you ask? Only one of the best writing textbooks for high school journalists. A humorous,...

Mt. Hood Community College cuts connection to student newspaper

September 9, 2011

from Oregon Live, Friday, September 09, 2011, 10:13 AM: VIEW CLIP Print journalism is in retreat everywhere, but perhaps nowhere more than at community colleges. The latest casualty: Students at...

Oregon school newspaper wins Pacemaker finalist

September 8, 2011

This morning The Marshfield Times, Marshfield HS, Coos Bay, Ore. was named a finalist in the Pacemaker competition sponsored by National Scholastic Press Association. Editor of the newspaper is Jake Crump...

New contests, critique, events highlight NWSP changes

September 1, 2011

Everything you want all year long. Newspaper. Yearbook. Photography. Broadcast. Web. No matter what student media you teach or advise, we’ve got you covered, so get ready for the best year ever....

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