The Dead or Dying State of Student Journalism at Independent Schools

Administrators offer bogus excuses for not having vibrant student newspapers—even as school mission statements trumpet the importance of student voice. It’s time to take decisive action. Here’s how.

David Cutler
Mar 8, 2019 · 15 min read
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A high school history and journalism teacher from Massachusetts.

Age of Awareness

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A high school history and journalism teacher from Massachusetts.

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Stories providing creative, innovative, and sustainable changes to the education system

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