Start a Student Newspaper

Here are some resources that will help you in starting a student newspaper:

     
  • College Media Association - Helps student media professionals improve their media operations.
  • Student Press Law Center - An advocate for student free-press rights and a provider of information, advice and legal assistance at no charge to students and the educators who work with them.
  • Pennsylvania School Press Association (PSPA) - Promotes excellence and responsibility in scholastic journalism through developing students who possess sound journalism skills, demonstrate ethical decision making and recognize, uphold, and advocate First Amendment rights through responsible citizenship and informed media consumption.
  • Jprof - The website for teaching journalism.
  • Poynter's Tip Sheet for High School Journalists - A listing of useful websites broken down by scholastic journalism; writing and reporting; photojournalism; ethics, law and the First Amendment; visual journalism; and scholarship information.
  • My High School Journalism - See what other schools are doing. A service of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE).
  • National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) - Promotes the standards and ethics of good journalism in high schools as accepted and practiced by print, broadcast and electronic media in the United States.
  • Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) -  Promotes the standards and ethics of good journalism in colleges and universities as accepted and practiced by print, broadcast and electronic media in the United States.
  • News Media Alliance - A teacher's guide to creating student newspapers, published by the NAA Foundation.
 
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