By: John Bradford | My.HSJ.org
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Modern day journalism teachers are challenged with the technology of the 21st century, but surprisingly enough not the teaching or learning of the technology itself.
“My administration insists we produce printed papers,” bemoans Myrna Greenberg, journalism teacher for Plantation (Fla.) High School. “But we end up throwing so many of them away simply because our students aren’t interested in them.”