This category contains sites that provide information, tips, guides, and activities to help kids and teens learn the art and practices of journalism.
It is not for teachers teaching journalism.
Interactive guide to designing and writing a newspaper, with FAQ and step-by-step instructions.
FAIR is a national media watch group which offers documented criticism of media bias and censorship in order to help the public become media activists rather than passive consumers of news.
Originally known as Children's Express, this is the UK's only news agency run by young people, providing news and comment for the local and national TV, radio, print and online media.
Offers writing tips from professionals in the field, geared to High School journalists. Includes finding stories, conducting interviews, effective reporting and editing strategies.
An online current and special events news site for grades 3-12; updated weekdays during the school year.
Offers tips on finding information on the web. Articles of interest to student journalists include where to find law information, finding data online, and writing short-writing well.
Presented by the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Has resources for student journalists, teachers, editors of student journalists, and guidance counselors.
Online version of Montgomery Blair High School's award winning student newspaper.
Supports high school students in their efforts to improve their publications. Their sourcebook offers great resources of importance to student journalists.
Tells about the most prestigious award in the history of journalism.
News articles by teens on various topics of interest, including a geography, history, and space section.
A newspaper created and maintained by Philadelphia youth ages 14 to 20. The newspaper provides an opportunity for youth to voice their opinion about issues that concern them.
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