Start a Student Newspaper

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

  • New Adviser Mentoring - Guidelines to help keep new advisers in their jobs for a longer period of time -- ultimately helping to maintain dynamic journalism programs in the state.
  • College Media Advisers - 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) - A partnership project of the PSPA and the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association.
  • Jprof - The Web site for teaching journalism.
  • Poynter's Tip Sheet for High School Journalists - A listing of useful Web sites 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 school are doing. A service of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE).
  • StudentPress.org - A Web site of the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) and the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP).
  • Press Ahead! - A teacher's guide to creating student newspapers, published by the NAA Foundation.
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