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SPR: Student Press Review - September 2008
Staff members looking to brush up on their photography skills and add new media to their publications will want to pre-register for one of three in-depth seminars to be presented at CSPA's 69th annual Fall Conference on Monday, November 3, 2008.
The Student Press Law Center today congratulated California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger for signing one of the nation’s toughest and most forward-looking laws protecting teachers against unfair retaliation when they stand up for their students’ First Amendment rights.
Covering and writing about a Broadway musical has become a Columbia Scholastic Press Association Summer Workshop tradition. Participants have attended productions as varied as All Shook Up, Fiddler on the Roof, The Drowsy Chaperone, Urinetown, and 42nd Street. This year’s production, Legally Blonde, The Musical, proved to be especially engaging and thought provoking because most workshop participants had seen the film and were eager to compare the two.
Karl Grubaugh brings real-world journalism to life in a special quarter of the craft — the high school newspaper. For his methods, his experience and the results, the adviser of The Granite Bay Gazette at Granite Bay (Calif.) High School, was named the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund’s 2008 National High School Journalism Teacher of the Year.
The Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno has organized the first statewide association to promote excellence in journalism in Nevada’s secondary schools, Dean Jerry Ceppos announced.
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