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March 26th, 2020 • Featured, Quill Blog
In challenging circumstances, students write first draft of history

He was about to begin dress rehearsals for the school play. Sam Shelenberger, a senior at Saegertown High School in Saegertown, Pennsylvania, had scheduled a week off of work at a local gas station to prepare for his role in “Matilda,” a play about a precocious five-year-old girl.

September 22nd, 2018 • Featured
What I learned in my great American newsroom trip

I pulled up to my home in Alabama with my car covered in thick bugs and dirt. Its usual cherry-red color was a dream from months before. Glancing at the odometer I felt a sense of accomplishment: I just drove 10,000 miles.

December 15th, 2015 • Quill Archives, Education Toolbox
Education Toolbox

Educators use YouTube for education videos (think Kahn Academy), and media students and advisers are uploading broadcast videos to YouTube every day. Yet more educators — as a staff or individually — need to encourage students to use the medium as a means to gain valuable skills in journalism while they have fun.