After this year, the journalism class at C.K. McClatchy High School will no longer be funded. In Sacramento, major private schools – Jesuit, Saint Francis, Christian Brothers and Country Day – all have newspapers. Among 50 public schools from districts throughout the Sacramento area, only 19 have student newspapers.
After this year, the journalism class at C.K. McClatchy High School will no longer be funded. In Sacramento, major private schools – Jesuit, Saint Francis, Christian Brothers and Country Day – all have newspapers. Among 50 public schools from districts throughout the Sacramento area, only 19 have student newspapers. Jay Mather Sacramento Bee File
After this year, the journalism class at C.K. McClatchy High School will no longer be funded. In Sacramento, major private schools – Jesuit, Saint Francis, Christian Brothers and Country Day – all have newspapers. Among 50 public schools from districts throughout the Sacramento area, only 19 have student newspapers. Jay Mather Sacramento Bee File

More than tradition at stake for high school newspaper

October 30, 2016 12:00 AM

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