Report offers ideas for sustaining high-school newspapers

A survey of New York City high schools found that just half have journalism programs, in part because of budget cuts and a lack of qualified faculty advisers. To sustain high-school journalism programs will take a combination of professional development and continued support, according to the report. About 75% of public high schools nationwide have journalism programs.

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