Students of any age need the freedom to express themselves in a manner that is respectful, thoughtful, and accepted. A newspaper club can give those outspoken individuals a voice that is done in a way that brings credibility to the writer as well as to the school. It also allows teachers and administrators to monitor the content to ensure appropriateness and relevance.
A newspaper club is more than just a means to disseminate information. It is the voice of the student body. It is a place they can voice their opinions, their ideas, and their ideas. The main reason or giving students a voice is that those who feel they can enter the dialogue become participants, rather than spectators. Spectators only complain and harbor grudges. Participants are more apt to listen to both sides, to be positive contributors, and to care.
Students involved in print journalism can use a newspaper to gain real-world experience. They can write about school local events. ... Without a doubt, the newspaper club can aid your journalism program as students develop the necessary skills and knowledge in journalism.