Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver of Florida International reported that the Secondary Education Committee had developed several scenarios to help administrators conduct a workshop to help high schools journalism teachers locally. The committee is also asking the ASJMC Executive Committee to consider an idea where JMC programs could work with education programs on their campus so that new teachers would come to work with a respect and appreciation for high school journalism. Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the William Randolph Hearst Journalism Awards Recognizing the dedication of the William Randolph Hearst Journalism Awards in encouraging and supporting excellence in journalism and journalism education in America's colleges and universities, and Recognizing the unique platform the Awards provide for the best work by college journalism students nationwide, and Recognizing the importance of the financial support the Awards' scholarships provide to winning students for their outstanding work, therefore Be it resolved that ASJMC expresses extraordinary gratitude and commendation to the Hearst Foundation for creating the William Randolph Hearst Journalism Awards fifty years ago, and for its foresight in continuing support for these important awards.
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