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Upcoming NSPA Events

JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention
Nov. 6–9
Marriott Wardman Park
Washington, D.C.

From communications and culture to politics and pride you’ll be surrounded with possibilities. In Washington, D.C., it’s hard to separate learning from fun. Whether you stroll the Mall, tour the White House, stop in to visit your senator or hit a different museum every day, history and heritage surround you. Convention details here.

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Statement of national journalism education organizations on proposed Neshaminy School District student media policy
As the national organizations of journalism educators committed to the training of future journalists and the preparation of citizens for life in our democracy, we write to express our vigorous opposition to the proposed policy changes under consideration by the Neshaminy … Continue reading

Pacemaker Magazine, Online and Yearbook awards announced
April 12, 2014 SAN DIEGO — The National Scholastic Press Association presented Pacemaker awards today in three categories at the Spring 2014 National High School Journalism Convention. “Since 1927, the Pacemaker has stood for the highest ideals of scholastic journalism,” … Continue reading

NSPA announces Best of Show awards
April 12, 2014 SAN DIEGO — The National Scholastic Press Association presented its Best of Show awards at the Spring 2014 National High School Journalism Convention. Congratulations to the following: Junior High Yearbook 1. Surfer Coronado Middle School, Coronado, Calif. … Continue reading

NSPA announces 2014 Wikoff, Honor Roll scholarship recipients
Three scholastic newspaper journalists will receive scholarships from the National Scholastic Press Association for their accomplishments in academics and journalism. Laura Scieszinski of Johnston High School in Iowa has been selected as the winner of the $1,000 NSPA Wikoff Scholarship … Continue reading

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2014–15 Calendar

July 18–20, 2014
NSPA Summer High School Journalism Workshop - Minneapolis

August 1, 2014
Best of the High School Press - Deadline

Nov. 6–9, 2014
JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention - Washington, D.C.

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Student Media Sourcebook

atsignbkgThe Sourcebook is NSPA's directory of links to more than 200 student media resources.

Best of the High School Press

trophybkgAn online collection showcasing some of the best work in student media by our members, including winners of NSPA's contests. More contest winners and galleries here. Enter your submissions for BoHSP 20 here.

It's the Law

cmpbkgSince 1994, Mike Hiestand of the Student Press Law Center has contributed regular columns on student press legal and ethical issues. Read them here.

About NSPA

In 1921, NSPA began helping students and teachers improve their publications. Today that goal remains #1. For more information, visit the About Us page or the NSPA FAQ.

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NSPA's exhibitors, advertisers and sponsors help make many of our activities possible. For information about how NSPA and ACP can help get your message out to the high school and college press, visit our sponsor page.