Jennifer Kim Biography
Jennifer Kim is a writer, educator, and producer. Her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, KCET (PBS), KCRW, NPR, among other outlets.
Jennifer Kim Age
Her age is still under review since not much of information is known about her.
Jennifer Kim Family
She has kept her personal life off the cameras and hence there is no information known about her family or her early life.
Jennifer Kim Career
Her work in TV, radio, film, and photography has been featured on Tell Me More (NPR News), KCRW, KCET (PBS), and in art galleries and film festivals. In 2018, a TV pilot script she wrote placed as a semifinalist in both the Screencraft TV pilot contest and screenplay’s Diverse Voices contest.
In 2017, in Massachusetts Institute of Technology, she was recognized as an influential educator by an incoming freshman.
In 2015, Kim got her First Amendment Challenge Award, presented by the American Society of News Editors (ASNE) for media advising and teachings of the First Amendment.
Still, in 2015, she had the Courage in Student Journalism Award, presented by ASNE, Kent State University, and the National Scholastic Press Association.
In 2012, in the University of California, Irvine, Educator she had the Wall of Fame.
Jennifer Kim “High School Journalism Teacher Suspended After Standing Up for Student Reporters’ Free Speech Rights”
Administrators at one California high school reacted in all the wrong ways when student reporters tried to write a newspaper article about the recent dismissal of a popular teacher and debate coach.
San Gabriel High School principal Jim Schofield sent an email telling newspaper adviser Jennifer Kim to kill the story and suggested running a fluffy profile piece instead. Kim backed her students when they wanted to fight for their right to publish, and she was later suspended and remains on indefinite administrative leave. Officials from San Gabriel High and the Alhambra Unified School District declined to comment.
The free speech rights of public high school students can be a complicated matter, so Reason TV brought in Ken White, a First Amendment attorney, blogger at Popehat, and Reason contributing editor, to parse some of the legal issues. He says that although the Supreme Court and California law offer some guidance, he’s concerned about an educational environment in which administrators model anti-speech values.
“I worry about a generation of kids whose rights have not only been taken away but who have been taught by overcautious school administrators to scorn rights, to not believe in them, and to question them,” says White.
Adopted from: reason.com