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Be the best adviser you can be with the new Teaching Yearbook Journalism curriculum. Filled with plenty of amazing examples and lesson plans, teaching students yearbook basics, writing, coverage, design and photography has never been easier. Assignments, activities and guides for grading make this a comprehensive tool for a new or veteran adviser. A supplemental DVD with PowerPoint presentations and a plant tour video adds to the overall teaching experience.

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Learn More and Be Inspired

Learning about yearbook journalism never quite ends. There is always room to grow, and widespread yearbook events could be the answer for you and your staff. With so many summer workshops and various conventions throughout the year, like JEA, NSPA and CSPA, the opportunity to learn, share ideas and improve …

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Journalism Students Do Better

NAA Foundation’s 2008 research study shows a positive link between high school journalism and academic achievement.

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Advice for Advisers

Between the seven of them, they have advised more than 160 yearbooks with Herff Jones. They’ve won Pioneers and Gold Keys, Crowns and Pacemakers and local, state and regional awards galore. Herff Jones’ National Yearbook Advisers of the Year share

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