Interactive guide to designing and writing a newspaper, with FAQ and step-by-step instructions.
Introduces middle schoolers to the world of journalism. Trace the history of journalism in the United States, learn how to find the information you need through research, and discover a style of writing that fits you.
Want to know what reporters are talking about? Learn the jargon of the newspaper industry here.
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.
A journalist tells about helping a fifth-grade class begin a school newspaper. Includes practical tips for starting a paper.
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.
An online current and special events news site for grades 3-12; updated weekdays during the school year.
Presented by the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Has resources for student journalists, teachers, editors of student journalists, and guidance counselors.
More than just a site on journalism jobs: The Detroit Free Press covers internships, music to listen to while searching for a job, and a section for high school journalists.