Final Push for “Great Journalism From America’s High Schools” 2015-’16 Edition

Mia Quagliarello / October 24, 2016

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As we approach the first birthday of the Great Journalism From America’s High Schools Flipboard Magazine, a collaboration between Flipboard and the National Journalism Education Association (JEA), we wanted to do a final push for submissions and a last call to “vote” on your favorite stories in the magazine.

Here’s how:

1. Flip through the magazine and read the judges’ favorite stories submitted this year.

2. If you like a story, tap the heart to give it some love.

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3. You can also flip the story into your own Flipboard Magazine to save for later.

4. See something missing? Check out the rules and send links to: hsjournalism@flipboard.com

Teacher and JEA Board Member Jonathan Rogers will salute three of the readers’ and judges’ favorite stories at the upcoming JEA conference on November 9 in Indianapolis, where he’ll also kick off a new year of this program.

For the 2016-17 edition, the same rules will apply, except the work must be produced between November 1, 2016, and October 31, 2017, and we’ll be collecting stories and announcing winners on a semester basis—fall, spring and summer.

We’re also looking for one stellar student artist or photographer to create a beautiful cover for the magazine. This cover must be your original work, in portrait mode, and high resolution. You can send cover submissions to hsjournalism@flipboard.com as well, and we will flip one outstanding piece into the magazine for all to see.

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~MiaQ and JonathanR are psyched to be involved with GJFAHS