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Could you use a little help?

Could you use a little help?

September 1, 2017


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AIPA Mentoring Teachers in their first or second year of advising: AIPA currently sponsors two JEA mentors,  specifically trained by the Journalism Education Association (JEA) to mentor new teachers. Mentoring support is free for two years, and it is non-evaluative with no assignments. The only requ...

Arizona Journalist of the Year deadline Feb. 15

Arizona Journalist of the Year deadline Feb. 15

August 20, 2017


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The Dave Cosgrove Journalist of the Year deadline is Feb.15. The winner of this scholarship submits his/her portfolio to the JEA for their Journalist of the Year Scholarship. All entries must be submitted electronically, following the JEA guidelines.  To begin the entry process, start here. For t...

Membership Information

Membership Information

August 20, 2017


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For more than 60 years, AIPA has been serving Arizona’s student journalists and their advisers. All advisers and publications are encouraged to join AIPA and to involve their journalists in the many exciting events and contests available to them from this valuable organization. Here is the online membership form. Here is a pdf of...

AIPA Summer Workshop Participants Go Live

AIPA Summer Workshop Participants Go Live

August 19, 2017


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Participants of the 2017 AIPA Summer Workshop kept very busy during the two-day workshop! Students were divided into three teams and turned loose at the Phoenix Public Market, where they were tasked with interviewing people, collecting b-roll and, ultimately, producing video stories. The completed stor...

SPLC: Protections inconsistent for student journalists

SPLC: Protections inconsistent for student journalists

Dani Kass, SPLC

December 17, 2014


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Anonymous sources often play a crucial role in the hardest-hitting journalism. But in stories where they are used, student reporters must first consider ethics, laws and institutional policies.

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