WisJEA

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Northeastern Wisconsin Scholastic Press Association

The Northeastern Wisconsin Scholastic Press Association (NEWSPA) began in 1969 with a small group of college students traveling to local high schools, teaching students about journalism. Today, nearly 400 people participate annually in our spring conference that brings together media professionals and high school students and advisers for a day of sharing and learning.
NEWSPA
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Kettle Moraine Press Association

The Kettle Moraine Press Association is dedicated to supporting students in scholastic journalism throughout Wisconsin and Illinois schools. Students and teachers are supported through conferences, workshops, competitions and scholarships. Our members are student publications –newspapers (print and/or online), yearbooks – and individuals interested in our work – retired advisers, members of the professional press, yearbook representatives, and others.
KEMPA
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American Press Institute’s Student Journalism Resources

This collection of resources, curated by the nonprofit American Press Institute, is an excellent starting point for both students and advisers who are new to journalism or who want to brush up on the basics before getting down to more advanced work. Sections include “Journalism Essentials” and “Press Ahead: A Teacher’s Guide to Creating Student Newspapers.”
American Press Institute’s Student Journalism Resources
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Society of Professional Journalists

The Society of Professional Journalists is the nation’s most broad-based journalism organization, dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behavior.
Society of Professional Journalists
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School Journalism

School Journalism

Supporting and Connecting Scholastic Journalism Programs Across Wisconsin
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