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Successful Black Student Magazine Project Expanding Statewide

As JLI’s Black Student Magazine project prepares to expand statewide, the middle and high school students who participated in the pilot and Lane Education Service District leaders share their enthusiasm for what was learned. After 12 weeks of online learning and regular 1:1 engagement between Black students and their Black mentors, the first-of-its-kind Black Student […]

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Fellowship Applications Now Open for Effective Communicators Course

Rural Oregon teachers can now apply for training to lead the Journalistic Learning Initiative’s Effective Communicators course. Selected teachers receive a $500 stipend with a portion eligible toward a graduate credit (and professional development units) through the University of Oregon, thanks to a partnership with Northwest retailer Bi-Mart. Fellowship applications are due August 31, 2021.

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Thank you, Donors!

Journalistic Learning Initiative appreciates its supporters, and we have new friends on board to acknowledge. Thank you to our newest sponsors and supporters: Student Voice Awards Friends Sponsors Guaranty Chevrolet and RV Super Center NW Natural Gas Peacehealth Awards Sponsors Twin Rivers Plumbing, Inc. In-Kind Donations EDMS, Inc. Technaprint

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Student Voice Awards Up for Grabs in Eight Categories

High school students across the country are eligible for journalism awards in eight categories through The Student Voice, Journalistic Learning Initiative’s digital publication. The awards will be announced during a virtual breakfast event on Friday, May 21, beginning at 7:30 a.m. Pacific. Since January, high school journalism students from across the country have participated in

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Effective Communicators Course Available for Rural Schools

Journalistic Learning Initiative is preparing a new communications course for rural Oregon students, thanks to a recent partnership with Northwest retailer Bi-Mart. Beginning fall of 2021-22, rural middle and high school teachers will be eligible to receive a fellowship stipend and training for JLI’s new course called Effective Communicators, made possible for 20 schools, thanks

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