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The following is a discussion between two veteran journalism advisers at Santa Barbara City College in Santa Barbara, CA.  The podcast is being shared with permission of Joshua Molina.

Patricia Stark – Over 30 years in journalism education, Patricia Stark has seen the industry change and evolve and thinks journalism is still essential.“It’s never been more important,” Stark said. “It doesn’t matter if it’s attacked. We’ve always had to have very thick skin in this profession, and we have to continue to do that because our work is more vital than ever before.”

Joshua Molina – Also a Santa Barbara City College journalism adviser, Molina is an award winning staff writer for the main source of news in Santa Barbara County, Noozhawk.com

With over 50 years combined journalism education experience, these veteran journalists talk about the importance of media education.

CTE Links

Benefits of CTE: https://blog.edmentum.com/5-benefits-career-and-technical-education-programs-schools-and-districts

Journalism to CTE Media – How to get started – https://jea.org/wp/cte-starting-program/

California CTE Media – https://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/gi/ameindustrysector.asp

Principal’s Guide to Scholastic Journalism – Quill & Scroll – http://principalsguide.org/career-technical-education-cte/

CTE Media Arts includes Journalism – https://careertech.org/arts

 Why CTE? https://byf.org/4-reasons-schools-should-prioritize-career-technical-education/ by California Department of Education

Importance of CTE Media Literacy – https://www.aeseducation.com/blog/top-5-media-literacy-lesson-plans-resources

Literacy in CTE – https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ888182.pdf