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DC 19: NOW MORE THAN EVER, JOURNALISM MATTERS. Join us Nov. 21-24. for the National High School Journalism Convention. Hundreds of sessions. Dynamic featured speakers. Contests and critiques. All of it in DC — the nation’s epicenter of news during a historic time in our democracy.
MHSPA, a division of NSPA, provides journalism education training programs, publishes journalism education materials, provides recognition programs for members, provides information on developments in journalism and student media and provides a forum for members to communicate with others and share their work. Through these activities, MHSPA promotes the standards and ethics of good journalism as accepted and practiced by print, broadcast and electronic media in Minnesota.
The top scholastic journalism at the 2019 Minnesota High School Press Association’s Oct. 19 convention was honored in its Best of Show competition. Current work from students attending the convention was judged in yearbook, magazine, newspaper, online and broadcast categories. Preceding the Best of Show announcements, the state’s 2019 Gold Medallion Awards were also announced.
Dozens of high-school journalists have been honored in the Minnesota Scholastic Press Association’s Gold Medallion Awards for 2019. The awards — in broadcast, online, magazine, literary magazine, newspaper/newsmagazine and yearbook — were presented at the MHSPA Convention, Oct. 10, 2019, at Coffman Union, at the University of Minnesota. Current student work was also recognized, in the
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS. The Minnesota High School Press Association is pleased to offer the opportunity to recognize the contributions and excellence of a Minnesota journalism educator. Any student, colleague, parent or community member can nominate a journalism educator by completing the application and sending the support material. An educator may also self-nominate. A nominee must