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We are excited to announce the first-ever All-Washington awardees. These student media were critiqued and received the highest mark of distinction, a Superior rating, in three or more of the five assessed categories in 2015:

Congrats to all of these and the many other outstanding student media produced statewide and submitted in our first-ever critique service. The 2015 results were announced in person at UW Journalism Day on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015. The 2016 entry forms will be posted in the spring of 2016 for the June entry deadline.

This was a new service in 2015 offered by WJEA. For a mere $25, members could submit their newspapers, websites or yearbooks for a critique based on best practices in scholastic journalism.

Want to take a look at the scoring guides our judges used?
Newspaper Critique Form | Website Critique Form | Yearbook Critique Form

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