Manning Achieves Master Journalism Educator Status

Manning Achieves Master Journalism Educator Status
Posted on 03/19/2018
Anna Manning, Spring Hill High School TeacherMANHATTAN, KAN.  Anna J. Manning of Spring Hill High School, Spring Hill, Kansas has achieved the Master Journalism Educator status from the Journalism Education Association (JEA). Manning will be honored April 14, 2018 at the spring JEA/NSPA national convention in San Francisco, California.

Journalism certification recognizes teachers who meet national standards of preparation to teach high school journalism classes and advise student media. The MJE status is JEA's highest level of certification. There are currently 179 Master Journalism Educators.

Certification requirements include a minimum of five years' experience in journalism teaching and advising, previous achievement of Certified Journalism Educator status, completion of a JEA-approved project, and passing an examination that demonstrates the educator's proficiency in journalism teaching and advising.

JEA, a nonprofit organization, encourages professional standards for journalism programs and student publications. It provides a forum for the interchange of ideas and sponsors workshops, contests and publications to promote and recognize excellence in student media.
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