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Blog: Journalism education benefits special needs students

This blog post was written by Ada Clark, an adviser at Mooresville High School. On the first day of school, one of my students walked in late. Completely unaware of her own tardiness, she marched in with a giant smile. “Hi Kayla,” I said. “Welcome to class.” I then looked at my students and said, […]

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Upcoming contest, critique entry deadlines

By Kris Brown,¬†IHSPA President I love finals week. The yearbooks have been delivered, the paper put to bed, and I can see a little time for me in the near future.¬† This is the best time to enter all of the open and upcoming journalism contests, even those with due dates in the fall. Over […]

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Commentary: What jailing a parent does to children

By Diana Hadley IHSPA Director For 45 years I have been an educator, a role that has led me to work for issues that affect children and schools in general. When I was challenged to promote legislation to reduce mass incarceration, I wondered if prison reform was an area too far beyond my experience and […]

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