For More Information
- First Amendment Congress, University of Colorado at Denver, 1445 Market St., Suite 320, Denver, CO 80202; (303) 820-5688. Journalism advisers can receive the free quarterly newsletter First Amendment Congress by contacting the organization. FAC also offers the Education for Freedom journalism curriculum guide for either K-6 or 6-12 programs. Each guide costs $25.
- Journalism Education Association, Kansas State University, 103 Kedzie Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506; (913) 532-5532. Membership: $35 for teachers and advisers. Fee includes subscriptions to the quarterly magazine Communication: Journalism Education Today, the quarterly newsletter NewsWire, and three issues of the Student Press Law Center Report. Members also receive consultation services on the JEA hot line and discounts on books, reports, and other journalism publications.
- National Scholastic Press Association, University of Minnesota, Rarig Center, Room 620, 330 21st Ave., S., Minneapolis, MN 55455; (612) 6258335. Membership: $69 per publication. Fee includes publication critique, consultation service, conventions for students and advisers, and a subscription to the quarterly magazine Trends in High School Media.
- Quill and Scroll Society, Department of Journalism & Communications, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242; (319) 335-5796. Lifetime school charter: $30; membership: $10 for teachers and students. Members receive the quarterly magazine Quill and Scroll, publication and resource lists, and eligibility for student awards, competitions, and scholarships.
- Student Press Law Center, Suite 504, 1735 Eye St., N.W.,
Washington, DC 20006; (202) 4665242. Membership: $15. Members receive
SPLC Report, published three times a year, and free legal services.
SPLC provides telephone consultations on media law, offers advice on
using freedom-of-information laws, and files legal briefs on behalf
of student journalists.