Although journalism has often traditionally been an offshoot of the English Department in many high schools, in some districts it may fit better under the umbrella of Career Technical Education pathways. Print publications (newspapers, magazines, yearbooks), radio and video broadcast programs, photojournalism and Web news content count in some districts under the federally identified Arts, A/V Technology & Communications cluster.
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Ordering print copies of The Principal’s Guide to Scholastic Journalism
To order print copies of The Principal's Guide, go to quillandscroll.org. Print copies should be available around Nov. 1.
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