January 2021

Thank you, Donors!

Many people would likely agree that 2020 was a challenging year. That’s why the Journalistic Learning Initiative, in collaboration with the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication and College of Education, especially appreciates those who stepped up this year to help young people access crucial 21st-century communication, collaboration, and critical thinking skills by […]

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First Edition of Black Student Magazine Produced by Lane County Students

Lane County middle and high school students are working hard on the community’s first Black Student Magazine, an after-school project piloted by the Journalistic Learning Initiative in partnership with Lane Education Service District (LESD). According to a study in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, students who engage in journalism and media earn better grades and

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Student Voice Awards Event to Honor High School Journalists May 21

Contributors to The Student Voice are eligible for awards presented at JLI’s virtual event on May 21. Several teachers will also be honored. The virtual breakfast is free to students and educators with RSVP at https://journalisticlearning.com/student-voice-awards/ The virtual breakfast opens for registration at 7 a.m. with a welcome by master of ceremonies Bob Welch, an

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Student Voice Open to all High School Journalists

Not all journalism students have peer mentors, a crucial element to collaborative writing and learning. And student journalists—especially those in underserved and underrepresented areas—need a way to amplify their stories for a broader audience. This month, the Journalistic Learning Initiative launched The Student Voice, a first of its kind mobile publication with curated content from

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