A collection of ethics tips and links for you to use in your scholastic journalism career.
Student journalists' rights
How to work with your principal. Why it is educationally important school officials support the First Amendment and free expression rights of students? How do you establish a positive climate for scholastic journalism? We have some checklists that can help you navigate these questions.
Here are the basic skills of journalism. From writing to reporting, here is what you need to get started.
A complete report is an authentic report. Here are some resouces and tips on inclusion and diversity.
Photography is as much a part of storytelling as writing is. These links and resources will help you improve and learn more about photojournalism.
Resources and tutorials to help you navigate the world of electronic journalism, both video and online.
Professional journalism groups
There are dozens of professsional journalism organizations. We have compiled a list here for your convenience.
Teen news sections
A listing of news organizations with teen sections online.
The Quill and Scroll Society of the University of Iowa presents the Principal's Guide to Scholastic Journalism as an effort to help principals understand the value of journalism programs in their respective schools and to determine what their roles should be in helping to develop, maintain and support these programs. To download it, click here (PDF, 425K).